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GREEN YEARS 1992 



Table Of Contents 

Faculty 18 



Seniors 32 



Underclassmen 51 



Sports 71 



Activities 110 



Special Activities 131 

Senior Candids & Biographies 147 



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Senior Activities JL70 



Ads 203 



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WESTWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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Green Years Staff 



Co-Editors 

Emily Moore 

Deborah Ringel 

Associate Editors 

Pamela Griffin 
Elizabeth Brady 

Business Editors 

Laurie Schreiber 

Jennifer Barsamian 

Sports Editors 

Jennifer Conners 
Kurt Schliemann 



Clubs & Activities Editors 

Sarah Moody 

Christine Grady 

Steven McDonough 

Special Activities Editors 

Kathleen Coffey 

Jennifer Conley 

Deirdre Roach 

Senior Biography Editors 

Alysia Ordway 

Raymond Josvdy 

Stephanie Jones 




Senior Activities Editors 

Diane Murphy 
Amy Gibbons 

Typing Editor 

Shawna Hoban 

Staff Assistants 

Meg Earls 

Eileen rieviUe 

nancy Santora 

Garrett Domina 

Advisor 

.Mrs. Frances Petrakos 



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OF OUR TIME 



We have made a difference . . 



GREEN YEARS 



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IF ONE LOOKS AT WESTWOOD HIGH 
SCHOOL On THE SURFACE, IT LOOKS 
LIKE A TYPICAL SUBURBAN HIGH SCHOOL. 
HOWEVER, THERE ARE MANY ASPECTS 
THAT MAKE US "AHEAD OF OUR TIME.'' 
WHETHER IT IS THE EXCELLENT FACULTY, 
THE UNPRECEDENTED ACADEMIC 
REPUTATION, THE SENSE OF COMMUNITY, 
OR THE ABUNDANCE OF 
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES, 
WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL SURPASSES 
ALL OTHER COMPETITION. EVEN THOUGH 
THE FACULTY MAKES OUTSTANDING 
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SCHOOL, THE 
STUDENTS ARE THE ONES WHO MAKE 
THIS HIGH SCHOOL DIFFERENT FROM ALL 
OTHERS. WE ARE TRULY "AHEAD OF OUR 
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academics 



THAT'S WHAT EDUCATIOn 
MEANS— TO BE ABLE TO DO 
WHAT YOU'VE NEVER DONE 
BEFORE.'' IN RECENT YEARS, 
WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL HAS 
BECOME KNOWN FOR ITS 
EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMICS. THE 
CLASS OF 1992 WILL ALWAYS BE 
REMEMBERED AS THE CLASS 
THAT ACHIEVED GREAT HEIGHTS 
IN ACADEMICS. THROUGH THE 
BROAD RANGE OF COURSES 
OFFERED IN EACH DEPARTMENT, 
EACH STUDENT CAN STRIVE FOR 
SUCCESS IN HIS OR HER AREA OF 
INTEREST. BECAUSE OF 
STUDYING, DEDICATION, AND 
HARD WORK, STUDENTS HAVE 
BECOME "AHEAD OF THEIR 
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"HE TEACHES WHO GIVES AND HE 
LEARHS WHO RECEIVES.'' AT 
WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL, THE 
TEACHERS UNDERSTAMD THEIR 
RESPONSIBILITY MOT ONLY TO GIVE 
BUT ALSO TO RECEIVE KNOWLEDGE. 
IN CLASS, THE FACULTY MEMBERS 
ALLOW THE STUDENTS TO EXPRESS 
THEIR OPiniOnS WITHOUT CRITICISM. 
BECAUSE OF THE OPPORTUniTIES 
PROVIDED, KnOWLEDGE IS SHARED BY 
ALL. HOWEVER, KnOWLEDGE IS nOT 
THE OnLY THinG RECEIVED in THE 
CLASSROOM. AT WESTWOOD HIGH 
SCHOOL, THE TEACHERS PLAY An 
IMPORTAnT AnD DEDICATED ROLE in 
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. 
THROUGH THEIR mVOLVEMEnT, THEY 
ARE ABLE TO COME in CLOSER 
COnTACT WITH THE STUDEnTS AnD 
DEVELOP STROnG FRIEnDSHIPS. THIS 
DEDICATIOn AnD STROnG DESIRE TO 
LEARn AS WELL AS TO TEACH MAKE 
THE WESTWOOD HIGH FACULTY 
"AHEAD OF THEIR TIME.'' 








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THE WORLD IS TOO MUCH 
WITH US; LATE AND SOON, 
GETTING AND SPENDING, WE 
LAY WASTE OUR POWERS.'' IN 
RECENT YEARS, WESTWOOD 
HIGH SCHOOL HAS CREATED 
NUMEROUS EXTRA- 
CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES TO 
HELP IMPROVE SOCIETY. 
THROUGH ACTIVITIES SUCH AS 
UNICEF, GOVERNANCE, 
ECOLIBRIUM, AND THE HUMAN 
RIGHTS CLUB, THE STUDENTS 
HAVE FACED AND DEALT WITH 
PROBLEMS RANGING FROM 
THE ENVIRONMENT TO 
RACISM. DUE TO THESE 
ACTIVITIES, THE STUDENTS OF 
WESTWOOD HIGH HAVE 
BECOME MORE AWARE OF 
LOCAL AS WELL AS WORLD 
PROBLEMS. THESE 
EXPERIENCES HAVE 
CONTRIBUTED TO THEIR 
STRONG DEDICATION AND 
MATURITY, THUS MAKING 
THEM "AHEAD OF THEIR 
TIME." 



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The Girls' Swim Team had a very successful season having won 
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community 



"A TRUE FRIEND IS FOREVER A 
FRIEND." WALKING DOWN THE 
HALLS OF WESTWOOD HIGH 
SCHOOL, EVERYONE NOTICES THE 
TREMENDOUS FEELINGS OF 
FRIENDSHIP AND PRIDE IN THE AIR. 
IN RECENT YEARS, ALONG WITH 
MANY TRIUMPHS, THE SCHOOL HAS 
FACED MANY HARDSHIPS. 
THROUGHOUT IT ALL, WE STAYED 
TOGETHER. FRIENDSHIP AND PRIDE 
MADE THE DIFFERENCE. 

THE QUALITIES EXPERIENCED 
HERE GO BEYOND THE ACADEMIC 
SETTING. AT SPORTING EVENTS 
AND VARIOUS OTHER ACTIVITIES, 
THIS FRIENDSHIP AND PRIDE ARE 
FELT BY ALL. BECAUSE OF OUR 
ACHIEVEMENTS IN MANY FIELDS, 
WE CAN NOT HELP BUT FEEL 
PROUD TO BE STUDENTS AT 
WESTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL. 





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GREEN YEARS DEDICATION 



Mr. James Pender honored 
by Class of 1992 



As students of Westwood High School, we have 
received a top-notch education thanks to an out- 
standing faculty, a caring administration, and a di- 
verse curriculum. Each year, the senior class dedi- 
cates Green Years to a member of the faculty who 
has contributed much time and energy to the suc- 
cess of the students. 

To our recipient: Your boundless energy serves as 
a motivation to all who know you. Each day as we 
venture into your class, we explore new areas of 
math from Pythagorean Theorem to Permutations 
and Combinations. Through your love for math, we 
are able not only to understand the concepts mathe- 
matically but also to comprehend the purpose and 
relevance of the concepts to our daily lives. You are 
not content just lecturing the ideas to us. You insist 
upon personalizing the class, reaching out to individ- 
ual students on all levels who need help. 

The degree of involvement which you take in your 
students' lives and in the high school is admirable. 
For example, you have devoted many hours, risking 
your life to teach new drivers the rules of the road. 
Even when we bump an occasional telephone pole, 
you always smile and offer words of encouragement. 
You spend many evenings here at the school, help- 
ing out juniors with SAT review or assisting with 
Northeastern's night school. Even with all these re- 
sponsibilities, you find time to serve as faculty advi- 
sor to the math team. We could not ask for more 
commitment or dedication from any one person. 

Furthermore, the intense interest you take in our 
lives outside of school is quite remarkable. You 
question us about our weekend activities and always 




Mr. James Pender 



listen with a sympathetic ear to our troubles. We will 
never forget your enthusiasm and support as you at- 
tended virtually all sporting events, cheering on 
Westwood athletes to many victories. 

Your genuine care and concern for our well being has 
indeed touched us all deeply. At any time of the day, 
you are there to help your students. However, you not 
only serve as a great teacher and role model but also 
are a great friend. You go far beyond the call of duty to 
make certain that your students succeed inside and 
outside the classroom. Your dedication and love has 
earned for you the respect of the faculty and all the 
students. For your love for learning, your friendship, 
and many other reasons, the Class of 1992 would like to 
offer its thanks by dedicating this year's yearbook to 
you, Mr. James Pender. 





L to R: Emily Moore, Mr. James Pender, Deborah Ringel 



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CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION 




OF OUR TIME 



The superintendents and School 
Committee direct the school system 
throughout the year with dedication and 
strong commitment. This year an open 
meeting was held in the gymnasium at 
WHS, at which time high school stu- 
dents and students from all over the sys- 
tem attended, where they had the op- 
portunity to watch the School 
Committee in action. At this meeting, 
teachers with 25 years service in 
Westwood were recognized; high school 
student achievements were also 
recognized. 




L to R: Mr. Donald Beurman (Faculty Liaison), Dr. Andrew Onderdonk, Mr. Leo Crowe (Assistant 
Superintendent), Dr. Robert Monson (Superintendent), Mrs. Anne Christian (Chairperson), Mrs. 
Karen Coffey, Mr. Joseph Quinn. Insert: Mrs. Mary Feeley. 




L to R: Aaron Piziali (Student Liaison) and Mr. D. 
Beurman (Faculty Liaison). 





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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 




Mr. Phillip Flaherty 
Principal 



TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1992 

Each year when I write a brief message to the graduating 
class, one characteristic of that class seems to come to my 
mind. 1 will always remember this class for the amount of 
"togetherness" it has shown during its time here in the High 
School. 

You have accomplished much academically and athleti- 
cally, and you have made yourselves respected and ad- 
mired by staff members for the degree of self-sufficiency and 
mutual support which has characterized all your efforts. 

1 am sure that as you go off to college, technical school 
and employment, you will continue to meet with success in 
all of your endeavors. Speaking for myself, Mr. Flahive and 
all the staff members, I wish you the very best of good 
fortune and express my thanks for what you have brought 
to the school during your four years of attendance. 

Phillip F. Flaherty 
Principal 



From your anxious arrival as Freshmen, "way back" in 
1988, we observed the development of a great class. It was 
exciting to see how quickly you came together, set your 
goals, and pursued a course of splendid achievement over 
the next four years. You all had a strong sense of direction. 
You realized the value of set priorities and taking time to 
think and learn. Most importantly, you took the time to care 
about others - both within our educational setting and com- 
munities outside of Westwood. You shared your talents and 
successes through such activities as parties for the home- 
less and others in need, and working with students in the 
lower grades. 

I thank you for allowing me to share in these activities - 
the classroom, theater, music and athletics - and to witness 
your growth these past four years. 

1 urge you to keep in touch with your school and to 
become active in alumni affairs. 



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Charles W. Flahive 
Assistant Principal 




Mr. Charles W. Flahive 
Assistant Principal 



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FRONT OFFICE 



Everyday we took for granted every- 
thing the secretaries did for us wheth- 
er it was checking in late with Mrs. 
Stirling, picking up that important 
message with Mrs. Macdonald, or go- 
ng through referral slips with Mrs. 
Wallenberg. No matter what, they 
were always there, eagerly waiting for 
us with lots of enthusiasm and always 
with a smile. It is now, looking back, 
that we realize what the secretaries in 
the front office have done for us 
through the years. Furthermore, Mrs. 
Clement was always there making us 
feel better." The Class of 1992 
thanks you for all of your cooperation 
and understanding. 




"ALL SUCCEEDS WITH PEOPLE WHO 
ARE SWEET AMD CHEERFUL. " 

VOLTAIRE 



Mrs. Cassandra Macdonald 




GUIDANCE 




OF OUR TIME 



Westwood High School's Guidance Department 
is certainly one of the most important groups of 
people in the school. It seems as if the counselors 
are capable of handling anything. They adjust 
schedules, help seniors with college paperwork, 
and provide endless support and assistance for all 
students. Mr. Hughes, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. LeVan- 
gie, Dr. Kerrissey, our new guidance director, and 
Mr. Goldman focus all of their energy and attention 
towards the students and their needs. As we look 
back at our high school endeavors, we will always 
remember the friendships and guidance of these 
extraordinary people. We could not have succeed- 
ed without them. 



Mark tlaverty: "They do lots of college 
things.'' 

Debbie Ringel: "The Guidance Depart- 
ment is great. They always listened 
to me complain about college.'' 

Diane Murphy: "Mrs. Armstrong is the 
greatest. She always got me all of 
the information I needed.'' 






Mrs. Carol Armstrong 



Mrs. Mary LeVangie 





Mr. Thomas Hughes 



Mrs. Elaine Becker 
Secretary 





Mr. Scott Goldman 
METCO Coordinator 



Dr. Carol Kerrissey 
Guidance Director 












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Dr. Terrence Earls 
Chairperson 



Mrs. Evelyn Malm 



Mrs. Gail Hayes 



Mrs. Frances Petrakos 





ENGLISH 




For all four years, every student becomes part of the English Department, headed by 
Dr. Terrence Earls. Whether it's reading, humanities, Youth and 20th Century, A. P. 
English or oral English, students study a broad range of topics. Above all, through the 
study of literature, students learn about their world, about themselves and, most impor- 
tantly, about each other. 

Furthermore, because teachers go beyond 'memorization'' and 'five-paragraph es- 
says,'' students are inspired through the discussion of literature, through the 'give and 
take" in the classroom and through creative writing. Thanks to the dedication of the 
members of this department, English is more than vocabulary tests and grammar les- 
sons. It is a way of life. 

The involvement of English teachers also goes way beyond the classroom. This year, 
members of this department were advisors to key organizations and groups in school, 
such as the Student Advisory Board, Student Council, Green Years, "No Parentheses/' 
Governance, Grade 9 Team Leader, and national Honor Society. In addition, they were 
always willing to chaperone activities and simply "be there'' whenever needed. The 
Class of 1992 thanks all the members of this department. Because of them, we are much 
better prepared for the higher challenges of higher education and life. 



THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 
THE RIGHT WORD AND THE 
ALMOST RIGHT WORD IS LIKE 
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 
LIGHTNING AND A LIGHTNING 
BUG. " 

-MARK TWAIM 




Mrs. Stephanie Kelsch 



Ms. Elizabeth Mclntyre 



Mr. Michael Milan 



Mrs. Linda Hanlon 



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OF OUR TIME 



Take a derivative ', "Plug and Chug ', and 
"call up Pythagorus" are all notorious max- 
ims spoken by the math teachers of 
Westwood High School. The Math Depart- 
ment, headed by Mr. James Pender, has in- 
troduced the mathematics STANDARDS. This 
new program utilizes mathematics as a meth- 
od of problem solving, communication, and 
reasoning. These new initiatives will foster a 
community within the classroom where 
teachers are not authorities with all the an- 
swers. Instead, teachers and students learn 
to discover math together. Through coopera- 
tive learning, students learn to share and re- 
spect each other's opinions and to justify 
their arguments by using math language 
skills. 

The math teachers are also always readily 
available whether it is to help students with 
math, to chat with them about subjects not 
relating to school, or even to chaperone 
school activities. Whenever they are needed, 
the math teachers are always eager to drop 
what they are doing and help us, especially in 
the illustrious Math Seminar Room. Whatever 
they may be doing, the math teachers at 
Westwood High are never doing less than 
their best to help students. On behalf of the 
Class of 1992, we would like to extend our 
thanks and gratitude to everyone in the Math 
Department. 




MATHEMATICS 




Mr. Edward Baker 



Mr. Harvey Fischler 




Mr. Richard Hargreaves 



Miss Christine Kelley 




Mr. Raymond Kodzis 



Mrs. Karen Tosca 



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Mr. James Pender 
Mathematics Director 







SCIENCE 







Dr. John Griffin 
Chairperson 



Mr. Raymond Keegan 




"The Science Department is 
indeed unique. For example, 
Mrs. Staiti's room is the only 
classroom completely lack- 
ing sunlight." 

-Mike Cafarella 
"Who could ever forget the 
Science Department with Mr. 
Topalian's high wire bear or 
Mr. Burke always trying to 
tell you neat little facts to 
gross you out." 

-Liz Brady 



The Westwood High Science De- 
partment had another successful 
year. Under the direction of Dr. John 
Griffin, the department offered stu- 
dents opportunities to gain scientific 
knowledge in the classroom and to 
discover scientific techniques 
through lab experiments. The labs es- 
pecially were tremendous. As one ex- 
ample, Dr. Griffin led the way by 
teaching his students how to make 
"fool's gold "; Mr. Topalian, the con- 
cept of angular motion by way of air 
hockey. For all the learning - and fun 
while learning - the Class of 1992 
would like to thank the Science 
Department. 




Mrs. Joann Staiti 




Mr. Kevin Burke 



Mr. Peter Geary 



Mr. Calvin Topalian 



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HISTORY 



If you want to be anything from an 
archeologist to the dictator of a small 
Central American nation, then the Histo- 
ry Department is the department for you. 
Here, one can learn U.S. history from Mr. 
Jackson, European history from Mr. De- 
laney and Mr. Dore, Global Issues from 
Mr. Beurman, how to "focus" on Gov- 
ernment from Mrs Walsh-Saumsiegle, 
and that there is no such thing as vaca- 
tion from Mr. Brown. The History Depart- 
ment continued to offer many other ex- 
citing and demanding courses. As our 
door to the world, the History Depart- 
ment fulfilled its role well. 





Mr. Thomas J. Brown 
Chairperson 




Mr. Donald Beurman 



Mr. Kevin Delaney 



Mr. David Dore 




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Mr. Robert Jackson 



Mrs. nancy Walsh-Saumsiegle 



Mr Richard Stack 




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Mrs. Hollis Perry 
Foreign Language Director 



Mr. Kevin Bowers 



Ms. Louise Chereski 




Mr. William J. Ducheneau 



Once again, under the leadership of acting department chairperson, Se- 
nora Mollis Perry, the Foreign Language Department completed another 
year of academic study in the areas of French, Spanish, and Latin. This year 
has been more successful than ever with the opening of the Language 
Seminar and the addition of Sehora Linda Lannon and Senor James Nocito 
to the department. Through the Homestay programs, ambitious students 
were able to take everything they learned in the classroom and apply it to 
real life situations in France or Spain. The Class of 1992 would like to thank 
all the teachers in this department for everything they've done for us. We will 
never forget Madame Rice's oh la la's", Senora Perry's oral drills, Senora 
Lannon's restaurant stories and Senor Ducheneau's "hola's" in the hall. 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES 




Mrs. Linda Lannon 



Mrs. Diane Rice 



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SPECIAL SERVICES 



There are just not enough ways in 
which to thank the teachers in the 
Special Services Department. For 
without their keen insight, compas- 
sion, and sensitivity where would 
Westwood High School be? Whether it 
be with Mrs. Rosengarten and Mrs. 
Runci in the Learning Center, Mrs. 
Matteson in the Alternative Program, 
Mrs. Connolly in the Resource Room, 
or any one of the other many gifted 
teachers in this department, a student 
can feel comfortable and cared for. 

The number of colleges now fitting 
special programs into their curricu- 
lum, coupled with the guidance and 
assistance of these teachers, gives 
students in these programs the ability 
to enjoy and experience the many 
benefits of higher education. And so 
with a special place in the core of the 
school, the Class of 1992 gives 
thanks to those involved with special 
services. 



"Those in the Special Services 
are by far the most underrated 
in the school.'' 




Mrs. Loraine Brinton 
Psychologist 



Mrs. Susan Bornstein 
Department Chairperson 




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Mrs. Anne Matteson 




Mrs. Jeanne Connolly 



Mr. David Walsh 



Mrs. Carol Rosengarten 



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Mrs. Anne Runci 



Mrs. Carol Harvey 



Mrs. Anne Mullen 



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Mr. Thomas DelSignore 
Director of Art 



The Westwood High School Art and 
Music Departments work together to 
encourage student creativity. This 
year, guided by Mr. DelSignore, Mrs. 
DesPres, and Mr. Milan, students used 
diverse mediums to create the 
artwork that decorated our hallways 
and library. Under the direction of Mr. 
Qiurleo and Miss Trisorio, students 
were exposed to various styles of mu- 
sic, whether it involved listening to an 
opera, playing an instrument, or pro- 
gramming a keyboard. These two de- 
partments allowed the students to in- 
volve themselves in and to explore 
the creative arts. 





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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



In the Physical Education 
program, students have the 
opportunity to participate in 
a variety of activities. The 
department works hard in 
being able to offer choices. 
For example, this year an 
assesement program in 
which students worked on 
fitness activities was offered 
at the beginning of each 
class. Whether it's a run, 
weight lifting or volleyball, 
all students have a chance 
to participate. The Class of 
1992 would like to thank 
Dr. Qearon, Mr. Niles, Ms. 
Peters, Mr. Tucelli, and Ms. 
Bannon for their dedication 
and enthusiasm. 




Dr. Joseph Qearon 
Athletic director 



Mr. F. Michael Miles 



Ms. Linda Bannon 



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The Westwood High School Business Department has be- 
come one of the most important departments in this school for 
preparing students for the outside world. The Business Depart- 
ment teaches students many different courses, ranging from 
keyboarding to computerized accounting. These courses have 
proved to be extremely valuable, not only to people who try to 
get jobs after high school, but also to the entire school body. 
The Business Department has become a necessity in today's 
computerized society. The Industrial Arts Department also has 
classes such as mechanical drawing and graphic arts. These 
courses have proven to be not only important for many peo- 
ple's career goals, but have also been fun and enjoyed by many 
of the students. 



BUSINESS 




OF OUR TIME 




Mr. Lawrence Rettman 
Business Coordinator 



Mrs. Irene Dhosi 



Mrs. Mary Furber 



MEDIA CENTER 




If a student were looking for a good book or for a 
place to study, he would have found it in the library or 
media center. This popular spot also served as a haven 
for many before school getting last minute homework 
done. Most important of all, however, it was the re- 
source spot for term papers and projects. Without the 
never-ending help of Mrs. McCoubrey and Mr. Swezey, 
some of us would have never finished those assign- 
ments. We, the Class of 1992, thank them for making 
our times in the Media Center more profitable, more 
rewarding and more enjoyable and relaxing. 



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Mrs. Virginia McCoubrey 



Mr. C. Eugene Swezey 




"Hot only is there an art in knowing a thing, but also a certain art in teaching it. " - Cicero 



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Four very special teachers retired at the end of this year? Mrs. Evelyn Malm, Miss France: 
pFrisorio, Mr. Russell Downes and Mr. David Walsh. WHS was very fortunate to have had such 

dedicated and caring teachers. We wish them good luck, good health and happiness ahead. 

Mrs. Evelyn Malm's teaching career spanned thirty-two years, thirty-one of which were at 

i Westwood High. As a member of the English Department, Mrs. Malm's enthusiasm and 

[interest were contagious to her students. M§ny times her journalism class could be seen "on 

the prowl" seeking out a story, taking pictures or interviewing students or staff. During her 
^tenure at Westwood High, Mrs. Malm a&gd as advisor to the student newspaper (when it 
^existed) and to the Student Advisory Board; she also served on many professional commit- 
tees. In 1990 she was selected as Ninth Grade Team Leader, a position in which she served 
'until her retirement. Her boundless energy and involvement with ninth grade students, 
uparents, and teachers made a tremendous difference in the adjustment and success to 

incoming freshmen. Furthermore, Mrs. Malm is a writer for the newspaper in Foxboro, where 
jrshe is.featured as a weekly columnist, discussing a variety of issues. Good luck, Mrs. Malm, in 

whatever you do. We are going to miss you. 





Mrs. Evelyn Malm 



Miss Francesca Trisorio's teaching career spanned thirty-seven years, twenty-four 
of which were in Westwood. Her first Westwood experiences were at the junior high 
school where sHe taught music and where she was instrumental in the production 
of student musicals, the most famous'' of which was "The Boyfriend." In 1988 she 
joined the Music Department at the high school and soon her contributions to 
students were very evident. In addition to teaching music appreciation classes and 
being responsible for all vocal groups, Miss Trisorio was very instrumental in the 
organization and presentation of the Fine Arts Festivals. Furthermore, we will al- 
ways remember all the musical presentations which have taken place at WHS. Miss 
Trisorio is currently working on a music-listening book to be used in schools. We 
wish her much success in this endeavor and a very happy retirement. We will miss 
her. 



Miss Francesca Trisorio 



Mr Qavid Walsh's teaching career of thirty-two years was spent in Westwood, six 
years at the junior high, the remaining at Westwood High. A member of the Math 
Department, Mr. Walsh always^ made certain his students understood their math 
and his patience and willingness to help made a difference - he really cared about 
us. We mustn't forget his sense of humor - that, too, made a difference in our 
approach to math itself or to any dt|fjculties we may have been having. Mr. Walsh's 
contributions as a teacher also went beyond the classroom. For many years he 
served as coach for the junior varsity baseball team, the girls' Softball team and for 
the high school intramural sports program. For the past several'years, Mr. Walsh's 
contributions as a teacher have been in the &>ecial Education Department, where 
again he assisted many students with their math^skills. Good luck, Mr. Walsh. Take 
care. We're going to miss you. \ 










Mr. David Walsh 




Mr. Russell q^nes' entire teaching career of thirty-four years was spent in 
Westwood at the junior high and at the high school. As a member of the Physical 
Education Department, of which he served as department chairman for three years, 
his contributions and influence are deeply imprinted on Westwood students. Mr. 
Downes' influence went beyond the boundaries of the physical education programs 
because of his active role as a coach. He served at the junior high as boys' soccer 
coach and boys' basketball coach, and at the high school as junior varsity football 
coach and head baseball coach. He always emphasized the ethic of fair play, one's 
striving for his best, and te^m play and cooperation. Good luck, Coach Downes. 
We're going to miss you. 



Mr. Russell Downes 



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SENIOR CLASS OFf ICERS 

L to R: Michael Cafarella, Treasurer; Sue Mart, Secretary; 
Alysia Ordway, Vice President; Christian Blomquist, 
President. i 




Mrs. Carol Rosengarten 
Senior Class Advisor 





SENIORS 






David John Angelicchio, Jr. 
85 Woodland Road 



Christopher Michael Aylward 

1381 High Street 



David M. Baggeroer 
139 Sycamore Drive 




Christopher J. Balliro 

126 Edgewoo&Road 




Jennifer A. Barsamian 

149 Porter Street 





A.J. Beauiieu 

984 High Street 



Matthew Ryan Beaumont 

20 Webster Street 



Heather E. Black 

534 Oak Street 



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Christian Lea Blomquist 
578 Pond Street 



Noira D. Brett 

137 Cedar Lane 




Laura Arm Bradley 

1357 High Street 





Christopher Bailey Burgess 

499 Oak Street 




Elizabeth Brady 

44 Qay Street 




Scott Alan Butters 

63 Cobleigh Street 



Michael John Cafarella 

147 Forbes Road 




Michael T\ Carlson 

46 Parker Street 



James Joseph Caruso III 

62 Burgess Avenue 



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Erin Johanna Chipley 

102 Downey Street 



Kathleen Georgianna Coffey 

390 Weatherbee Drive 



Kerry Ann Coleman 
430 Pond Street 






David A. Collier 

27 Salisbury Drive 



Brian M. Conley 

74 Qay Street 



Jennifer Anne Conley 

36 Russell Avenue 




Jennifer A. Connors 

117 Tamarack Road 







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Jean Ellen Corcoran 

138 Forbes Road 



Diane Kristen Costello 

79 Weatherbee Drive 



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Ryan M. Creasi 

453 /7/g/» Street 





Darlene^tarie Creavin 

204 Pond Street 



Karin Ann Croke 

i05 Salisbury Drive 




Carrie Crossland 

25 Woodridge Road 





Jenifer Elisabeth Crouse 
22 Smith Drive 



Brian Cummings 
120 Ellis Street 




Denis Francis Desmond 

17 Westdale Road 



Sandra Lucia DiMartino 
146 Plymouth Drive #1D, Horwood 



Cara Donlon 

200 Porter Street 



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Michael Ryan Dowd 

8 Pine Lane 




Robert Charles Duffy 

52 Salisbury Drive 





Stacey Martha Doyle 

116 Phillips Brook Road 



Gwendolyn Rachel Dreyer 

166 Burgess Avenue 



Victor Ganson 

193 Gay Street „ 




Amy Marie Gibbons 

15 Chester Avenue 



Andrew James Gozzo 

195 Stanford Drive 



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Christine M. Grady 

89 Croft Regis Road 





Daniel L. Griffin 
145 Chestnut Street. Wrentham 



Pamela Jerilyn Griffin 

78 Margery Lane 




John Christopher Guerini 

25 Adams Street 




Alicia Marie Ham we y 
385 Weatherbee Drive 



Jennifer A. Harrington 

1134 high Street 





Timothy Harrington 

40 Martingdale Lane 



Susan M>jHart 

61 Blueberry Lane 



Mark Allen Haverty 

117 Sunrise Road 



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Thomas Patrick Mennigan 
6 RedwoocLRoad 



Julie Hunter 
140 Sunrise-Road 



Betty Herard 

108 Rockdale Street, Mattapan 



Shawna Delia Hobari 

1581 High Street 



David Hurvitz 
196 Conant Road 



hi re lie M. Jefferson 
5 Westcott Street. Dorchester 



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Frederick C. Johnston II 

549 Canton Street 



Stephanie Lorien Jones 

517 Oak Street 



Raymond Jowdy 

24 Wellington Drive 



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Paul Kavanaugh 

47 ParAer Sfreef 




riola Marie Kelley 
SO Bay/ey Sfreef 





JeffreyKeith 

59 Strafford Road 




Margaret Kelley 

61 Coburn Street 



Shannon Keyes 

144 Willard Circle 




Richard S.A. Kranz, Jr. 

94 Blueberry Lane 




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David Andrew Leary 

21 7 Washington Street 



Jane Lee 

59 Pleasant S/attey Road 



Christopher J. Lennon 

68 Locust Drive 



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Julie Beth Lowe 

§9 Sycamore Drive 



Tanya Victoria Lynch 

35 Putting Drive 




Nicole M. Maffeo 

25 Woodridge Road 




Charles A. Magri 

101 Sycamore Drive 



Kevin Vincent Mahoney 

76 Wentworth Street 



Patricia M. Malloy 

59 Magnolia Drive 



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Peter V. Marchetti 

39 Spellman Road 



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^ Steven David Mason 



109 Porid Street 



Michael Joseph Massaro 

141 Briar Lane 




Michael Malik McFarlane 

73 highland Streit, Roxbury 



Lori Jeanne McKenna 

88 Lyons Drive 



Cynthia C. McLaughlin 
1491 River Street. Hyde Park 



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Bryan Molloy 

111 Green Hill Road 



Sarah Catherine Moody 

21 Woodland Road 



Emily Louise Moore 

168 Mill Street 



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Diane Trances Murphy 

147 Lake Shore, Drive 



Mark D. Nalbandian 

6 Millbrook Road 



Lisa Marie Nicholas 

45 Putting Drive 






Erin Christine O'Brien 

86 Clapboardtree Street 



David Norton O'Rourke 

56 Carroll Avenue 



Alysia M. Ordway 

91 Hartford Street 



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E. Andrew Owens 

97 Bay Colony Drive 




J. Jeffrey Patterson 

26 Magaletta Drive 





Stephen Philbin 

70 Endicott Street 



Aaron Alexander Piziali 

1 02 Parker Street 




Peggy Ann Pollak 

253 Weatherbee Drive 



Matthew E. Prout 

50 Spellman Road 



John Joseph Queally 

135 Arcadia Road 



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Todd Andrew Rhinerson 
79 Bay Colony Drive 




Deirdre Jean Roach 

108 Parker Street 



Judith Rich 

37 Lynn Terrace 




Lynn Santopietro 

53 Clearwater Drive 




James I. Rooney 

82 Arcadia Road 



Kurt Richard Schliemann 

29 Chamberlain Avenue 



Deborah Ruth Ringel 

46 Hemlock Drive 




Bradford Taylor Rutan 

80 Edgewood Road 




Laurie Beth Schreiber 

55 Cushing Road 



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Erin Sheehan 

34 West view Terrace 




Kristine Anne Sivacek \ 

54 Lorraine Road ^J" 




John Hugh Smith 

6 Willett fond Drive 





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Mark Christopher Sullivan 

94 Edgewood Road 



Nark Richard Sullivan 

57 Edgewood Road 



Cristine Elizabeth Swanson 

16 Sunrise Road 



John J. Tretter III 

73 Crofl Regis Road 



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Carey Latimore Vose 

147 Pleasant Valley Road 




Bradford Alan Weiner 
46 Perry Drive 






Christopher Zingg 

16 Oxford Terrace 






riot pictured: 
Steven Lee 
Julie Mao 



Michele Murphy 
Omid Pakseresht 




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PRESIDENT'S and VALEDICTORIAN'S MESSAGES 




Christian L. Blomquist 
President 




Four years ago, the Class of 1992 entered Westwood High School a bit 
apprehensive, frightened, and looking forward ta finally reaching this day; 
well, here we are. It was a long but wonderful four years, during which our 
initial fears subsided and feelings changed *.\. . Looking at the class, I see 
those faces which will be former present in rnany fond memories of 
Westwood High School. Each memory is the product of four exciting fun- 
filled years during which the class accomplished a/great deal. Through the 
encouragement of friends, teachers, and most of all the tireless help of our 
parents, the Class of '92 has left a track record at Westwood High School 
which will be difficult to surpass ; . . In leaving Westwood High School, we 
will enter an entirely new world, full of new challenges, exciting experiences, 
and special people. if high school is any indication of what the future holds 
in store for the class, success awaits all of you. 1 anticipate that each of you 
will face the challenges whiph stand before you with the.same enthusiasm 
and fervor you putintb even the, most mundane of the high school's tasks. I 
expect that you wfll never settle for second best, nor will you ever have to . . . 
I urge you, myclassmates, to strive for the best; you deserve nothing less ... 
I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank the class for the 
friendships^and opportunities presented to me during my four years at 
Westwood High School. 1 would also like to thank the faculty for all that it 
has done for my classmates and me. Aside from their roles as leaders, 
educators, and coaches, the faculty has also managed to become our close 
friends and mentors. 1 especially appreciate the leadership of the high 
school administration. Perhaps the people who deserve the greatest thanks 
today are our families. Without your help, support, and love, this day would 
not be possible. 




i Norman N. Liljestrand 
Valedictorian 



In an uncontrollable surge the people ran toward the pot of freshly cooked 
rice. The pot was almost swept away by the onslaught of starving people, 
and to save the rice the relief workers ran with it back to the safety of the 
helicopter. Meanwhile, one mother, a dry, withered skeleton, bent down 
thoughtfully, brit in earnest, and began scooping up dirt which contained a 
few pieces of the spilled rice and put it in a small pot . . . Men and women, 
starving to death, caught in a trap with no way out and nothing to do but 
wait, wait forever, and drag their bodies through life without direction, 
without anything at all to bring joy to thetetiearts or peace to their minds. 
It's crueLbeyond my understanding of $»© word to think of the waste and 
extravagant consumption in our own country compared to the utter lack of 
food, and especially the lack of the ability to produce it,|in the so-called 
underdeveloped countries of South America, Africa, and Asia . . . What can, 
we do, and what arje we going to do? Why, look all around you; this is what 
we can do. We carft send aid forever, making only more dependence and 
instability, but we can teach, teach them to understand their problems and 
begin to solve them themselves . . . We cannot ignore their problems and it 
is so easy to help. There are thousands of private organizations and corpo- 
rations, and government organizations like USA1D, and church or philan- 
thropic Organizations. Who will go? You could do anything at all, part time or 
full time. Who will spend their lives, as our own teachers have done §o with 
us, teaching the world what it does not know v .' . Who will be a doctor, a 
nutritionist, an agricultural specialist, a well-digger, or engineer, working 
and teaching, saving lives dedicating themselves to the work of the needy . . 
.Come to think of it, though, why would anyone go? It's so nice at home, 
and just think how rich we could get by catering to the needs of a rich society 
. . . Who will go? I will go. 1 have been made strong by my family, teachers, 
friends and my church, and people are in such dire need of help. There is no 
reason for me not to go ... . By helping, you will come face to face with reality. 
Abraham Lincoln once said, 'Let me prepare myself because my time will 
come." I beseech vou to prepare yourself to help the underserved popula- 
tions of the world .% any way you can. Will you go? Please, will you join me 
and go? 



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UNTITL1 

I am the Healer who laughs at the night . . . 
See me glowing deep within a child's eyes — 
The spark of courage and hope that defies 
All of the fears that can dim the Heart's light. 
In adolescence, I'm the second sight 
When the soul into troubled water glides — 
Manning the helm through dark and teeming tides, 
I steer the ship straight and set its course right. 
Through life, I'm the knowledge that lies within: 
The faith in the future and what will be. 
For love, it can conquer most anything, 
And any obstacles we cannot foresee. 
Whatever the future may see fit to bring, 
Remember the Healer that dwells within. 



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The Junior Class had a very successful year in 1991-92. In the 
fall we planted the Christina Qrueter Memorial Tree. Members of 
the class and Christina's family gathered in the courtyard where 
we planted the tree and where we prayed for our lost friend. In the 
spring the tree bloomed with beautiful pink flowers and added a 
beautiful yet poignant touch to the courtyard. 

During the year the class contributed greatly to athletics. In the 
winter the hockey team had a winning season, making it all 
the way to the championship. Star juniors on the team were 
Russell Flynne, Mark Paster, Ed Qalvin, Jim Marsh and Craig Sin- 
clair. Furthermore, the girls' basketball team was well represent- 
ed by a group of junior girls, namely Kristy Kiriacopoulos, Wendy 
Rowe, Tricia Higgins, Whitney llg, and Nancy Radden. Juniors on 
the baseball team and girls' team also performed well. 

Spring time was a very busy time. We put on a fashion show, 
which, we hope, will develop into an even better event next year. 
We gave the $125.00 proceeds to the senior all-night graduation 
party. Also through April and May, junior committees met weekly 
to plan for the prom, which turned out to be a good time for all. 

Recently, the class officers have been working with Dr. Carol 
Kerrissey, who has proposed a "Buddy'' program to assist the 
incoming freshmen with their high school adjustment. Many ju- 
niors will be participating in the program. The class would like to 
thank Mr. Edward Baker, our advisor, for all the work he put into 
making this year such a success for us. On to being seniors! 




L to R: Mark Connelly (Sec), Patricia Higgins (Treas.), Christ 
Doyle (Vice-Pres.), and Joy Mowland (Pres.). 




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Juniors - Class Of 1993 




David Abdou 
Suzanne Adams 
Amy Beneway 
Sarah Brett 
Megan Burnett 



Kenneth Carter 
Sunghyun Chung 
Richard Cocivera 
John Collins 
Theresa Conley 



Mark Connelly 
Siobhan Connelly 
Laura Corcoran 
David Cronin 
Noreen Curtin 



Daniel Dobra 
Kristine Farren 
Corinna Federico 
Matthew Fink 
Michelle Fisher 



Russell Flynne 
Mary Foster 
Meaghan Qadd 
Edward Qalvin 
Veronica Qozzo 



John Griffin 
Donna Guglielmi 
Michael Hall 
Daniel Hannon 
Melissa Hener 



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Juniors - Class Of 1993 



Frederick rierard 

DarreH Higginbottom 

Patricia Higgins 

Joy-Marie Howland 

Andrew Hughes 




Whitney llg 

Elio lmbomone 

Laura Iskenderian 

Patrice Jefferson 

Matthew Keller 



Kevin Kelly 

Christy Kiriacopoulos 

George Koukkos 

Asad Kureshy 

Shafie Kureshy 



Tara Laham 

Kerry Larkin 

Brian Lawton 

Christine Leon 

Jonathon Lynch 



Tony Mallios 

James Manning 

Jennifer Mara 

James Marsh 

Katherine Mason 






Jennifer May 

Amy Mazzola 

Stephen McQovem 

Justin McNair 

Paul Moloney 




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Juniors - Class Of 1993 




Eileen O'Dea 
Mark Onderdonk 
Aisha Owens 
Mark Paster 
Chris Payne 



Rebecca Burk 
Jeffrey Campanelli 
John Corlito 
Maria Dowd 
Christy Doyle 
Paul Flaherty 
Kevin Foster 
Jennifer Fox 



Matthew Pellegrini 
Grace Petta 
Gregory Piazza 
nancy Radden 
James Resha 



Diana Rice 
Janet Rosenblad 
Mary Rosentel 
Wendy Rowe 
nancy Santoro 



Christine Sceppa 
Richard Siggins 
Craig Sinclair 
Jeremy Steele 
Karen Taylor 



David Tenofsky 
Stephen Tibbetts 
Lindsay Tisdale 
Lisa Troiano 
Michael Troiano 



David Green 
Amy Howe 
Sean Keaney 
Paul Kremer 
Timothy Lewis 
R. Scott McCarthy 
Michael McDonald 
Douglas Sibley 
Kerry Suchma 
Scott Wood 



Klaus Ulmann 
Jennifer Van Gelder 
Cathrine Walencis 



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SOPHOMORES 




1992 Sophomore Class Officers (L-R): 

Jill Santopietro, President; 

Denise Cullinane, Treasurer, 

Meg Earls, Secretary; 

Joyce Wagner, Vice-President. 



In reviewing this past year, the Class of 1994 ac- 
complished a great deal. We began our year with a 
successful bake sale at the PTO Open House. Our 
greatest involvement in the community was the Kevin 
McNulty Fundraiser, initiated by our class this past 
December. Cans distributed throughout the school 
and town raised $600.00 for this leukemia stricken 
child. The "Quarter For Kevin" Fundraiser was such 
a success because many sophomores became in- 
volved in collecting contributions, making posters, 
and encouraging school-wide involvement. On a hot 
and sunny day in May, our class held a car wash 
which was enjoyable for those who attended. Our 
multi-colored semi formal, also in May, was quite 
successful socially. Many sophomores and freshmen 
dressed up in their finest evening wear and came to 
dance, socialize, and eat until the danced ended at 
11:00. Our class beach trip on June 22nd ended our 
class activities and closed the year. 

The Class of 1994 not only sponsored many activi- 
ties this past year but also continued to excel in lead- 
ership, academics, and athletics. Many sophomores 
played important roles in various school-wide activi- 
ties this past year, but also continued to excel in 
leadership, academics, and athletics. Many sopho- 
mores played important roles in various school-wide 
activities which have helped make our school a more 
enjoyable place to spend four memorable years of 
our lives. Now that the year has ended, we look to- 
wards our junior year, anxious to complete high 
school. However, we move on slowly with apprehen- 
sion, knowing that the friendships we have made with 
both our peers and teachers will soon come to a 
close. On behalf of the Class of 1994, we would like to 
thank the Senior Class of 1992 for their guidance and 
help in making our sophomore year most enjoyable. 
We'd also like to wish them the best of luck in years to 
come. 




Thank you, 
Jill Santopietro 
Sophomore Class President 



Lavon Anderson 
Kama Awde 
Jessica Barsamian 
Hossein Bayat 
Elise Burgess 



Peter Cafarella 
Jeff Churwin 
Anne Cloherty 
Sam Coffey 
Todd Collier 



Robert Collins 
Andrew Corbett 
Denise Cullinane 
Theresa Curran 
Christopher Daniels 



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SOPHOMORES - CLASS OF 1994 



Patricia Darcy 

Kimberlyn Dennis 

Robert Disabato 

Meghan Dolan 

Garrett Domina 



Andrew Dore 

H. Edward Duffy 

Carolyn Dunn 

Margaret Earls 

James Fitzgerald 



Joseph Flynn 

Kathleen Gallagher 

Nicholas Ganson 

Darci Gorgone 

Ellen Gorman 



Elizabeth Gurski 

Christopher Harrington 

Kevin Harrington 

Cathleen Haverty 

Ryun Hee Hong 



Ellen Houle 

Jacob House 

Amy Howard 

Amity Howland 

Angela Hughes 



James Hunter 

Kimberly Jacobson 

Joshua Jones 

Joseph Jowdy 

Robert Kaufman 



Sushma Komakula 

Jean Ladouceur 

Sarah Lanning 

Erika Larch 

Nicole LeVangie 




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SOPHOMORES - CLASS OF 1994 





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Bonnie Levinson 
Leanne Little 
Elizabeth Lynch 
Amy Magnuson 
Raffaele Maione 



Phillip Maloof 
Michael Mancuso 
Magda Marseille 
Deborah Martin 
Jennifer McDonald 



Paul McQrail 
Douglas Mclntyre 
Barbara Miller 
Carolyn Miner 
Brian Moore 



Sean Mullen 
Timothy Mullen 
Ryan Murphy 
Cara Masisi 
Eileen Neville 



Kellie Noumi 
Jennifer Paris 
Courtney Patterson 
Rebecca Prout 
Christopher Queally 



Eric Rainey 
Mark Randlett 
Nathaniel Razza 
Michael Riccardi 
William Riley 



Kerrie Robertson 
Jill Santopietro 
Andrew Shabo 
Saumya Sharma 
Eric Shaw 



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Shakira Soberanis 

Elizabeth Speros 

Christina Spiniello 

Ben Stuart 

Andre Suescun 



Elizabeth Sullivan 

Dennis Sykes 

Carmen Tilles 

nancy Tilles 

Kurt Tondorf 



Rebecca Tremble 

Matthew Turk 

Kerry Vogelgesang 

Joyce Wagner 

Carol Wan 



Robert White 

Brooke Wire 

Christine York 

Ian Zaft 

Peter Zarellla 



SOPHOMORES - CLASS OF 1994 





Mot Pictured: 
Jennifer Babcock 
Julie Chiofolo 
Benjamin Christian 
Ryan Collins 
Victoria Lehmann 
David MsKissock 
Kerrie McManus 
Donald Murphy 



Laurie Malbandian 
Amy O'Brien 
Paul O'Connor 
Irv-anne Paul 
Christopher Payne 
Mark Philbrick 
Cory Sanders 
Christopher Woodley 









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Lounging in the hallowed halls of WHS. 




I'm just thrilled to be here. 





A sophomoric masquerade. 




FRESHMEN 




1992 Freshman Class Officers (L-R): 
Victor Servello, Treasurer,- 
Latifa Gordon, Secretary; 
Reed McLaughlin, President- 
John Quindon, Vice-President. 




When reflecting on freshman year, I can think 
of the many things that we as a class accom- 
plished. For starters, the barbecue at the open- 
ing of school was a successful coming together 
of students, teachers and parents .... As the 
year progressed, the election of class officers 
came about .... The final outcome was Vic 
Servello as treasurer, Latifa Gordon as secre- 
tary, John Quindon as vice-president and Reed 
McLaughlin as president. All officers contribut- 
ed greatly to ensure a successful year .... 

The freshman class read the book night, a 
novel about life in a Nazi camp. We were fortu- 
nate enough to have Mrs. Rita Kesselman come 
to share her experiences relating to her struggle 
and escape from a Nazi camp .... 

The foreign language and English depart- 
ments joined forces to do a cooperative project 
called Rafa Rata, designed to help students un- 
derstand other cultures .... 

In the middle of the year we had recovering 
drug addicts come into our English classes and 
tell us about their struggles with drugs and alco- 
hol. The message they put across to us was to 
"Say No to Drugs." 

Probably the greatest event of our freshman 
year was Greek Week, topped off with a deli- 
cious Greek dinner catered in the school cafete- 
ria. 

In May many freshmen took part in the fresh- 
man/sophomore semi-formal .... In June, the 
class held a barbecue as well as a beach trip . . . 
All in all it was a great year . . . 

Reed McLaughlin, pres. 



Shezad Akram 
Shiva Alibadi 
Eve Anderson 
Mylton Andrade 
Diana Aprea 



Patricia Baker 
Christopher Barry 
Paul Baryski 
Carrie Beaumont 
Max Blatt 



Dana Cassano 
Donna Cassano 
Brendan Cashman 
Kenley Cherenfont 
Jessica Chiricotti 



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FRESHMEN - CLASS OF 1995 



Randall Clark 

Timothy Close 

Shawn Connelly 

Stephanie Connelly 

Julie Connors 





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Suzanne Cosgrove 

Matthew Cox 

Mora Curran 

Nicole Deshaies 

Anthony Eadie 


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Edward Farren 
Michael Federico 
John Flaherty 
Matthew Flynn 
Jennifer Foley 







Karen Froio 

Latifa Gordon 

Jennifer Grady 

Michael Griffin 

Gregory Grokulsky 




Vincent Guerini 

John Guindon 

Lindsay Match 

Erica Mesch 

Kirsten Millberg 




Kent Hirshberg 

Margo Imbornone 

Luke Johnson 

Nicholas Larkin 

Karen Lepri 





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FRESHMEN-CLASS OF 1995 



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Heather Liddell 
David Lynch 
Julie MacQueen 
Maria Maione 
Kerry Malloy 



James Mara 
Lisa Martin 
Leopold Martinez 
Mark Masterson 
Gregory Mattera 



Jeremy McCann 
Colleen McDermott 
Diane McDonough 
David McLaughlin 
nancy McLaughlin 



Reed McLaughlin 
Ryan Menice 
Elizabeth Molloy 
Sarah Molloy 
Tanesha Montgomery 



Matalie Mullen 
Paul Mullen 
Kristine O'Brien 
Kim O'Donnell 
Megan Ordway 



Joseph Paparazzo 
David Paster 
Elizabeth Peavey 
Scott Peck 
Karen Petrous 



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FRESHMEN-CLASS OF 1995 



Danielle Petrucci 

Stephen Prinn 

Ronald Rateau 

Stephen Reissfelder 

Amy Riley 



Christine Riley 

Daniel Riley 

Jennifer Ryan 

William Scales 

Victor Servello 



Leslie Shaw 

Johnathon Small 

Michelle Smiley 

Amy Spangler 

Gillian Spangler 



Molly Sweeney 

John Tenofsky 

Michael Tenofsky 

William VanQelder 

Daniel Ware 



Dot Pictured: 
Sophie Benjamin 
George Clapsis 
Michael Cullinane 
Debra Dalrymple 
Christopher Daly 
Marisa Delapa 
Francis Qrueter 
Eric Qunderson 
David Layden 



Amanda McCaskill 
Marcel Mullings 
Timothy Nargassans 
Rory O'Dea 
Ronald Santiago 
Christopher Shanahan 
Barbara St. Georges 
Syretta Stephens 
Michael Tsebetzis 




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Hmmm . . . there's somethin' funny goin' on around here. 



Look! There! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's- 
yearbook photographer!? 




Mike explains it all. 



Mever smile with your mouth full. 



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If looks could kill . . . 



Mrs. Malm, Qrade 9 team leader, at Qr. 9 picni< 



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What's the rush??? 



I cant find it!!! 



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If you're happy, act like Andy! 



The Bobbsey twins 



What is it??? 



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UNDERCLASSMEN AWARDS 



JUNIOR BOOK AWARDS 






Boston College - Laura Corcoran 

Boston University - Christine Sceppa 

Brown University - Kerry Larkin 

Cornell Book Award - Hung Chung 

Dartmouth Book Award - Janet Rosenblad 

Emmanuel College Book Award - Patricia Higgins 

Harvard Book Award - Gregory Piazza 

Holy Cross Award - Catherine Walencis 

Penn Award - Kevin Foster 

Princeton Award - Kerry Larkin 

Wellesley College Book Award - Jennifer VanQelder 

Wheaton Book Award - Nancy Santoro 

Williams Book Award - Brian Lawton 

Xerox Award - Katherine Mason 




PRINCIPAL'S AWARDS 



The Principal's Awards were initiated to honor outstanding members of the Junior Class who 
exemplify devotion to scholarship, dedicated leadership and generous service. This years 
recipients were 

for scholarship: Kerry Larkin 
for leadership: Gregory Piazza 

Jennifer VanGelder 
for service: Sarah Brett 






STUDENT COUNCIL SAVINGS BONDS 



Each year the Student Council awards a $50.00 savings bond to the top student in grades 9, 
10, and 11. This year the bonds were awarded to 

Grade 9: Karen Lepri 

David McLaughlin 
Grade 10: Robert Kaufman 
Grade 11: Kerry Larkin 






OF OUR TIME 



SPORTS 







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SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 





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"Dave was one 
of our unsung 
heroes. His will 
to win brought 
him to another 
level, and he 
played beyond 
expectations." 
— John Smith 

"Duff was the 
comic relief of 
the team. 

Along with his 
great work eth- 
ic, his upbeat 
attitude always 
kept the team 
loose and 
ready to play." 
—Kurt 
Schliemann 

"Mase was our 
hitman. You al- 
ways knew that 
if you told him 
to do some- 
thing, he'd get 
the job done 
with authority." 
—Mike 
McFarlane 





SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


20 


Boston Latin 


6 


8 


Hopkinton 





35 


Dover 


14 


49 


Ashland 


6 


22 


Millis 





38 


Ned way 


6 


28 


Medfield 





28 


Wayland 


6 


11 


Bellingham 


10 


13 


Holliston 
9-1-0 


27 



WtiA T WOULD YOU BEQUEA Ttl TO riEXT 
YEAR'S TEAM? Another Metco miracle, 
steroids for Captain Fink's regiment, Dry 
playing surfaces, #7 ranking, better hair- 
cuts. 

HOriORS OR MDIVIDUAL RECOGM- 
TlOri: Thanks to Ques and Q (you know 
who you are) for giving us a try this year, 
good luck to next year's team, listen to 
the captains, and see ya at the Mowaya 
Bowl! 








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FOOTBALL 

Once again, the football 
team dominated the gridiron 
this year, posting a 9-1 record 
and a #19 ranking in Eastern 
Mass. 

By rolling over the rest of the 
Tri-Valley League, the guys put 
themselves in a position to 
clinch at least a part of the 
league championship in their 
8th game against rival Belling- 
ham. In truly clutch fashion, 
the Wolverines withstood a fi- 
nal-minute Bellingham surge, 
and forced a fumble on their 
own 3-yard line. These last- 
second heroics demonstrated 
the determination which drove 
the team all season. The team 
would like to thank all the 
coaches and fans for being 
there when it counted. 



MEMORIES: "ONE?!! OME?!!", 
Vegas nights, Mike's cocoon, 
Defensive huddles, feels, Bel- 
lingham at goal-line, Smitty's 
run-back, fetus + seeka, Ben- 
Dover-D, "Shivah ', 'One 
good one!", "Payback Time", 
Schlee's locker, The 
Speeches. 

CREATIVE AWARDS: Most like- 
ly to bet on a game: Steve Ma- 
son. Most likely to be told to 
Think!": Everyone. Most like- 
ly not to know the count: Rob 
Duffy. Most likely to go off- 
sides: Jim Caruso. 




Front Row (L to R): Chuck Mattera, Rob Duffy, Steve Mason, Capt. Kurt Schliemann, Capt. John Smith, Dave 
Collier, Jim Caruso. Second Row: Chris Aylward, Dave Angelicchio, Denis Desmond, Mark Nalbandian, Elio 
Imbomone, Mark Connelly, Charlie Magri, Mike Carlson, Mike McFarlane, Dan Griffin. Third Row: Matt Fink, 
Chris Balliro, Jay Resha, Jim Marsh, John Queally, Mark C. Sullivan, Chris Lennon. Fourth Row: Ted Duffy, 
John Lynch, Dave Tenofsky, Mike Trioano, Rick Cocivera, George Koukkos, Steve McGovem, Mike Hall, Matt 
Pelligrini, Coach Shawn Hill. Fifth Row: Coach Paul Carroll, Head Coach Eric Wilfinger, Doug Mclntyre, Reed 
McLaughlin, Mark Randlett, Rich Siggens, Chris Queally, Joe Jowdy, Coach Dave Sporandio, Coach Rob 
Flaherty. 






FIELD HOCKEY 

The Field Hockey Team consisted of talent- 
ed, hardworking, enthusiastic players. Their 
record of 0-9-5 reflects the team's progress 
over the last year. With Co-captains Moira 
Brett and Lisa Troiano leading the way, the 
field hockey team grew stronger in skill and 
stamina with each game. Varsity coach Mi- 
chelle Cuff enabled the team to develop new 
strategies to tie Bellingham, Medfield, Dover- 
Sherbom, Hopkinton and Ashland. 

Good luck to next years team! 
MEMORIES: Singing "Hey La-dies" on bus 
rides, playing field hockey against the boys' 
ice hockey team, cheers created by the boys' 
hockey team, cheers . . . "Beat Em . . ." and 
"We Are Too Tough", Joy's broken sticks, 
playing field hockey in the gym with socks, 
Westwood Jumping Jacks, Linda "Cap" run- 
ning around the track, fight with Bellingham 
brutes, our "many" fans, Hoagie on a roll, 
Hoagie Spirit. 

CREATIVE AWARDS: Moira Brett- "High" 
Scorer; Carey Vose- Joy's twin; Nicole Maffeo- 
Social Butterfly Award; Lisa Troiana- Penalty 
shot survivor. 



MOST MEMORABLE MEET/EVENT: 

The Field Hockey Team had its most mem- 
orable game against Bellingham late in the 
season, where the Wolverines tied the second 
place team 0-0. 

HOnORS OR IP/DIVIDUAL RECOGMTIOri: 
Kate Mason- Most Valuable Player; Lisa 
Troiano- TVL All-Star; Lindsay Tisdale- Un- 
sung Hero; Siobhan Connelly- Most Improved 
Player. 





SCOREBOARD 




WHS 

Medway 

Medfield 


Opp. 
1 

1 




1 



Hopkinton 
Bellingham 
Dover/Sherbom 
Ashland 


1 
1 
1 
3 





Holliston 


4 






Medway 
Medfield 


3 





1 



Hopkinton 
Bellingham 
Dover/Sherbom 
Ashland 




2 






Holliston 
0-9-5 


4 



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SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 




Front Row (L TO R): Carey Vose, Nicole Maffeo, Capt. Moira Brett Heather Black, Karen Taylor, Capt. 
Lisa Troiano. Second Row: Sarah Brett, Beth Lynch, Nancy McLaughlin, Lindsey Tisdale, Laura 
Iskendarian, Liz Sullivan, Siobhan Connelly, Kate Mason, Cathy Walencis, Joy Howland, Coach 
Maurreen Cuff, Kerry Suchma. 






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SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 





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"Himanshu 
was a great ex- 
ample for the 
team. He never 
gave up, always 
worked hard, 
and got better 
every game." 
— Dave 
Baggeroer 



"Goober? 
What's there to 
say about Goo- 
ber? All you 
need to know is 
he's Air Tom. 
Me should have 
his own sneak- 
er contract.'' 
—Matt Prout 



"Libbey was an 
animal in net, 
once he over- 
came his ner- 
vousness. Ev- 
ery time he 
stepped on the 
field he lifted 
the team with 
his intense 
energy." 
—Matt Keller 



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SCOREBOARD 




WHS 






Medway 
MedHeld 


Opp. 
6 
5 


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Holliston 


4 


2 


Ashland 


2 


3 



Bellingham 
Millis 


6 
3 


6 



Hopkinton 
Dover 


4 
3 


1 



Medway 
Medfield 


4 
3 





Holliston 


3 


2 


Ashland 


3 


4 



Bellingham 
Millis 


4 
3 


1 


Dover 


6 


1 


Hopkinton 
1-13-3 


1 




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BOYS' 
SOCCER 



Although the record may not show it, 
we did have a reasonably solid season. 
From game one, we kept on improving. 
With such a young team (almost half 
were sophomores), the next few sea- 
sons should be a turnaround. Good 
luck next year. Make the tournament. 

MEMORIES: HopMnton. 6-4, "Hey, Jake! 
What's the over-under? ", Dan's primal 
scream, "Coach, did you go to Ded- 
ham?". Finesse Boys '91, "Can 1 ave a 
bit?" 

WHAT WOULD YOU BEQUEATH TO 
riEXT YEARS TEAM? Team Finesse — 
keep the tradition, keep the TVL title — 
MOT!, a little skill, a few goals, a few 
fans. 




Front Row (L to R): Sean Libbey, Tom Hennigan, Capt. Matt Keller, Capt. Matt Prout, Capt. Dave Baggeroer, 
Mimanshu Patel, Chris Harrington. Second Row: Hossein Bayat, Rory O'Dea, Rob Collins, Ryan Collins, Dan 
Weir, Andy Hughes, Andy Corbett, Josh Jones, Ben Christian, Sam Coffey, John Flaherty, Jake House, Chris 
Shanahan, Hyun Chung, Coach Chuck Myers. 



SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 



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Judy Rich- "She 
was a big part of 
the team but she 
didn't get the 
recognition she 
deserves. We 
don't know what 
the team would 
have done with- 
out her." 



Jen Conley- "Fuffa 
didn't fall down 
once this sea- 
son, we were all 
proud of her." 



Peggy Pollack- "Al- 
though she 
didn't get the 
playing time she 
deserved, she 
was a big help 
being the team 
manager and 
making sure ev- 
erything was set- 
tled. 



SCOREBOARD 




WHS 

Weston 


Opp. 

4 


Holliston 


1 


2 Hopkinton 
Bedford 


2 
4 


1 Millis 





Wayland 
Medfield 






1 Medway 

Dover-Sherb. 


1 
4 


Holliston 


3 


1 Hopkinton 
Dover-Sherb. 


2 
2 


2 Millis 





1 Medway 

2 Medfield 


6 



Wayland 
Weston 






4-8-5 





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The Girls' Soccer Team 
was captained by Liz Brady, 
Meri Liddell, and Erin O'Bri- 
en this year. Even though 
the girls didn't do too well 
this year, most of the team 
was composed of sopho- 
mores so things should be 
looking up in years to 
come. The season may not 
have been filled with many 
wins, but it was filled with 
much hard work and team 
spirit. The last game 
against Weymouth proved 
this. The girls pulled to- 
gether to tie this Division I 
team which showed their 
strengths. Even though this 
wasn't the girls' best year, it 
was memorable because of 
the fun and the many 
laughs that were shared. 
The seniors will never for- 
get the traditional "Oh 
What A Might'' dance be- 
fore, during, and after the 
game, and hopes next 
year's team has just as 
much fun. 

MEMORIES: OH WHAT A 
NIGHT, Fuffa falling down, 
Fuffa's fence flip at the DS 
game, Doctor ho, and dou- 
ble sessions! 






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Front Row (L to R): Jen Conley, Capt. Meri Liddell, Capt. Erin O'Brien, Capt. Liz Brady, Judy Rich. Second 
Row: Amy O'Brien, Jen McDonald, Becky Prout, Theresa Curran, Christine Sceppa, Kerry Larkin. Third Row: 
Coach Mike Miles, Denise Cullinane, Carmen Tilles, Vicki Lehmann, Amy Howland, Rebecca Tremble, 
Christy Doyle, Barbara Miller, Jenny May, Erika Larch, Peggy Pollack. 

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CROSS 
COUNTRY 

Overall, it was not our 
best year, but it was one of 
the most fun. We lost every 
3rd meet, but, hey, no- 
body's perfect, except may- 
be Holliston! We had many 
more "pasta fests" than 
usual, and more than 50% 
of the time, we weren't the 
only Westwood sport there! 
This made them even more 
of a blast! To sum it up, we 
went out, had a great time, 
whipped around a few 
times, but basically had an 
average season! Memories: 
Pasta Tests. "Hey, Barucci, 
how you getting home?'' 
Evil course at Whitinsville- 
Christian. Construction ob- 
stacles at Middle School. 
Five of seven meets being 
rainy. Sour-Patch kids. Lack 
of team stretch. The Place. 
What would you bequeath 
to next year's team? Low 
athletic fees Cross-country 
support squad, co-ed team. 
Most memorable meet? 
Bellingham meet. Running 
in a hurricane, we won our 
most important meet to 
clinch an over .500 season. 
Honors: Sue Hart-League 
All-Star. Dan Dobra-Course 
Record and League All-Star. 




front Row (L to R): Chris Barucci, Mike Cafarella, CB. Burgess, Mike Massaro. Back Row: Brendan 
Cashman, Joe Paparazzo, Jon Small, Dan Mannon, Sue Hart, Dan Dobra, Coach Richard Margreaves. 




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SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 



"Nike is quite 
possibly one of 
the most dedi- 
cated and com- 
petitive runners 
1 have ever met; 
step for step, 
he has always 
been a great 
teammate.'' — 
C.B. Burgess 

"Chris is an en- 
thusiastic run- 
ner. He contin- 
ually worked 
hard and his 
times improved 
at each meet. 
His motivation 
and talent kept 
the team to- 
gether. - ' — Sue 
Hart 

"Mike was a 
true inspiration 
— he never 
gave up and al- 
ways kept our 
spirits high. I 
was glad to be 
able to run with 
him this year." 
— Dan Dobra 



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SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


39 


Whitinsville- 
Christian 


18 


23 


Ashland 


32 


25 


Medfield 


31 


34 


Dover- 


23 




Sherborn 


44 


17 


Medway 


23 


Bellingham 


32 


42 


Holliston 


19 




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STANDOUTS 




Jen Crouse- "An 
outstanding 
player; she 
never gave up 
and always tried 
her hardest. " 



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Qwen Dryer- "She 
had a bullet for a 
serve which 
helped us win 
many of our 
games." 



Whitney llg- "As a 
junior, she was a 
big part of the 
team and always 
came through 
for us." 





SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


2 


Whitinsville/Christian 








Med way 


2 


2 


Ashland 








Bellingham 


2 


2 


Medfield 


1 


1 


Millis 


2 


2 


Molliston 








Whitinsville/Christian 


2 





Med way 


2 


2 


Ashland 





1 


Bellingham 


2 


2 


Medfield 


1 


2 


Millis 


1 


1 


Molliston 

7-7-0 


2 



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GIRLS' 
VOLLEYBALL 



We ended the season with a 7-7 
record. We feel that we could have 
been much stronger but we got off 
to a shaky start and at first we real- 
ly didn't work together as a team, 
nevertheless, near the end of the 
season, we improved dramatically 
and played well with each other. 
Memories: D.L.'s perspiration 
problem. Cheeky cheeky! I have a 
feeling some of you have been a 
little HIGH " lately. You're up. 
You're up, YOU'RE UP!! Lisa's flar- 
ing nostrils. 

Creative Awards - Most likely to 
sleep through a game: Qwen. 
Most likely to commit suicide af- 
ter losing a game: Lisa. Most like- 
ly to punch the coach: Kim. Most 
likely to forget her socks: Jen. 
Bequest to next year's team: Even 
though you guys won't have us in- 
credible seniors to guide you any 
more, we wish you luck! Try hard 
as always and do it TOGETHER!! 
Have a blast! 

Most memorable meet: Holliston 
was definitely the most memora- 
ble game. First, Whitney sprained 
her ankle during warm-ups which 
upset the team, nevertheless, we 
all pulled together and played 
harder than ever. Lisa and Veroni- 
ca led the group with aces while 
Amy and Jen created some un- 
breakable blocks and unstoppable 
kills. We ended up killing Hollis- 
ton, knocking them from their sec- 
ond place position. 
Honors - TVL All-Star: Jen Crouse. 
Honorable Mention: Gwen Dreyer 
and Lisa nicholas. 



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First Row (L to R): Carrie Beaumont, Veronica Gozzo, Christine Farren, Capt. Lisa nicholas. Second Row: 
Coach Darlene Lundberg, Gwen Dryer, Jen Crouse, Capt. Amy McCoy, Whitney llg. Missing from photo: Kim 
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SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 








Laurie Schreiber- 
"As the Captain 
of the Slow 
Lane, she swam 
for the fun of it 
but was the real 
spirit of the 
team." 



Diane Costello- 
"Her first year 
on the team, she 
was always 
known to make 
us laugh with 
her earplugs 
and her dives." 



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SCOREBOARD 




WHS 


Opp. 


109 Brockton 


68 


108 Bishop Feehan 


78 


103 Canton 


77 


98 Attleboro 


88 


102 Apponoquet 


75 


55 Seekonk 


37 


106 Stoughton 


75 


97 Ursuline 


89 


122 Durfee 


64 


104 Notre Dame 


78 


10-0-0 






Seniors (L TO R): Diane Costello, Tricia Malloy, Denise Farren, Capt. Lynn Santopie- 
tro, Capt. Jen Connors, Capt. Jen Barsamian, Laurie Schreiber. 




GIRLS' 
SWIMMING 

The Girls' Swim Team had their best 
season in their history as they captured 
the Southern Conference League title for 
the first time. Under captains Jen Barsa- 
mian, Jen Connors, and Lynn Santopie- 
tro, the girls finished their season at 10- 
0, undefeated. Our team was 
unstoppable because of the unbeliev- 
able swimming of Wendy Rowe and Don- 
na Guglielmi who hardly ever lost a race 
for us. Chrissy Riley was also a major 
factor as a freshman and was involved in 
the record breaking relay team and the 
Ail-Star Team. The improvement of this 
year's team was apparent from the num- 
ber of people who made Sectional cuts 
this year. There were only four people 
who attended Sectionals last year, but 
this year 10 people made the cuts to go 
to Sectionals. Only 2 people attended 
States last year, but this year Wendy, 
Donna, Jen C, Eileen, Chrissy, Sara, and 
Courtney made it to States. Even though 
there were many star swimmers on the 
team, they knew it was their depth with 
the third and fourth place finishes that 
won a lot of their meets. This year's swim 
team was not only very good but very 
special because of the friendships made 
on the team. 

MEMORIES: Jen's sleep-over, "Summer 
Lovin ", fashion show, Ursuline meet, 
Wednesday night "All you can eat", 
beastie, Jess + Nicole's song, Diane's 
fluorescent earplugs, the SLOW LAME!! 
Wendy's incredible dives, middle lane 
mottos, KILL CHARLIE, banquet-the 
tape, black line disease, Jen -I- Jen hid- 
ing from Mr. Riley before practice, Sara's 
admirer, beating on Mr. Riley, and judges 
at Conferences. 

HONORS: CO-MVP's- Wendy Rowe and 
Donna Guglielmi. Sportsmanship award- 
Laurie Schreiber. League All-Stars- Wen- 
dy Rowe, Donna Guglielmi, Jen Connors, 
Chrissy Riley, Eileen O'Dea, Sara Lan- 
ning, Courtney Patterson. Wendy Rowe- 
State Champion in 50 free and 100 free. 



First Row (L TO R): Eileen O'Dea, Wendy Rowe, Donna Guglielmi. SECOND ROW: Coach Bill Riley, Coach 
Maryellen Riley, Diane Costello, Denise Farren, Capt. Lynn Santopietro, Capt. Jen Connors, Capt. Jen 
Barsamian, Laurie Schreiber, Tricia Malloy. THIRD ROW: Jill Santopietro, Tina Spiniello, Nicole LeVangie, 
Jessica Barsamian, Eve Anderson, Amy Howard, Kirsten Hillberg, Sara Lanning, Chrissy Riley, Julie Con- 
nors, Courtney Patterson, Christine O'Brien, Karen Lepri. 



SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 




"Sandra was very 
universal and got 
along with every- 
one on the team.'' 



'Kristine always 
kept our team 
well-fed." 




"Betty and her ele- 
phant-skin always 
knocked down her 
pyramids, but she 
always kept us 
laughing." 



CHEERLEADINQ 

We had a good season with a 
lot of improvement by the end 
of the year. Our new cheers and 
dances got the fans involved. 
We really appreciate our Red 
Mot encore section; they really 
made a difference. 

MEMORIES: Essssss-u-c-c-e-s-s 
. . . Bonnie, Betty's version of 
roll call. The Whiskey Bar 
dance, airhead practice, 
Grace's successful parading, 
the impossible task of control- 
ling York and Laurie, Croke and 
Julie learning to dance while 
trying to avoid being next to 
Shirelle in line, Patrice, Kim, 
and Betty's safari cheers, 
Dyanne's wrath, the night game 
against Medfield with Laurie 
and Karin's bright idea, Moreen 
getting her fingers crushed by 
Kim's foot, Betty and Wilma, 
York always elsewhere. 

MOST MEMORABLE EVEHTS: 
We will always remember doing 
the pep rallies because who 
could forget the nerve-racking 
performance along with the 
long and tortuous practices. 




CREATIVE AWARDS: The 
chicken legs award goes 
to Julie Lowe. The most 
psychotic award goes to 
Laurie Nalbandian. The 
"Zapper" award goes to 
Steenie Weenie. The 
most likely not to be at 
practice or game award 
goes to Sandra D. The 
most obese award goes 
to Shikara . . . NOT!! The 
fly Girl award goes to 
Shirelle Jefferson. The 
Best Freshman (only 
Freshman) award goes 
to Sarah Molloy. The 
most likely to be famous 
award goes to Patrice Jef- 
ferson. The Best Dessert 
Maker goes to Betty 
(Crocker). 




First Row (L to R): Betty Herard, Capt. Julie Lowe. Capt. Shirelle 
Jefferson, Capt. Karin Croke, Sandra DiMartino, Kristine Sivacek. Sec- 
ond Row: Sarah Molloy, Laurie Malbandian, Kim Dennis, Christine 
York, Grace Petta, Patrice Jefferson, Moreen Curtin, Bonnie Levinson, 
Coach Diane Runci. 



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Overall, we had a good season despite all of the 
mix-ups with our coach and the game schedule. How- 
ever, we had a great time entertaining the crowd with 
our half-time dance and when the season got a little 
tiring, we kept our enthusiasm perked up and contin- 
ued to do our best. We really improved a lot by the 
end of the season. A bonus was getting to know other 
cheerleaders from other towns. 
Memories: The run-away pyramid that never got up at 
Mansfield . . . Betty's fall during the dance at Holliston 
. . . Shirelle yelling all the time trying to keep things in 
line. 

Creative Awards: Most likely to do the opposite - 
Aisha O. Most likely to say something smart - Nancy 
T. Most likely to smile - Kim D. and Bonnie L. Most 
likely to cheer - Magda M. Most like to be at top of 
pyramids - Shirelle J. Most likely to party - Sarah. 
Most likely to agree - Mat M. Most likely to flip - 
Carmen T. Most likely to be late - Betty H. 
Bequest to next year's 
team: Good luck with the 
games. Enjoy creating 
dances and stunts to dazzle 
the school. Always SMILE 
and CHEER LOUD! 












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Front Row (L to R): Sarah Molloy, Betty Herard, Shirelle Jefferson, Aisha Owens, 
Carmen Tilles. Back Row: nancy Tilles, Bonnie Levinson, Kim Dennis, Magda Mar- 
seilles, Natalie Mullen. 



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"Elio was our 
go-to guy in the 
play-offs. No 
one could 
match up with 
his size and 
ability. Me was 
truly a force." 
— Kurt Schlie- 
mann 



"Dave was a 
terror on de- 
fense. He was 
our quickest 
player, and I'm 
glad I didn't 
have to play 
against him." 
— John Queal- 

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"Mark was the 
most steady 
player on the 
team. His shot 
was always con- 
sistent, and he 
came on strong 
in the play- 
offs." 

— Mark Sulli- 
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BOYS' 
BASKETBALL 

The Boys' Basketball Team 
had a season marked by up's 
and down's, culminating in the 
strongest performance in the 
play-offs since 1986. After a 
slow start, Westwood lived up 
to its high pre-season rating by 
whipping previously unbeaten 
Dover, 60-43. Westwood domi- 
nated from start to finish, 
showing fans signs of their 
play-off potential. After an in- 
consistent second half of the 
season, Westwood pulled itself 
together and won two tourna- 
ment games before finally fall- 
ing to league-rival Medway. 

Memories: Hoosiers, "Gimme 
'dose!", 'David!'' Qatorade 
keg-throwing, team meetings, 
work hard for ten minutes, no 
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Front Row (L to R): Dave Baggeroer, Capt. Kurt Schliemann, Mike McFarlane, Capt. John Queally, Capt. Mark 
Sullivan. Back Row (L to R): Coach Rick Jung, Asst. Steve Tibbets, Dave Abdou, Mark Connelly, Elio 
Imbornone, Jeremy Steele, Darrell Higgenbottom, Justin McNair, Trainer Linda Bannon, Coach Mike Wil- 
liamson. 



GIRLS' 
BASKETBALL 

The Girls' Basketball Team started out 
its season with a victory over Holliston by 1 
point in overtime. The following games 
against Medfield and Hopkinton were very 
close but the girls took home a victory. 
During the Christmas Tournament, 
Westwood showed its strength by being up 
2 points to Div. 1 state champion Brockton 
but ended up losing badly. One downfall of 
the season was when the girls lost the 
streak on January 17 by losing to Holliston. 
But the girls still tied Holliston for the TVL 
title. Westwood moved on to the tourna- 
ment and had victories over Hopkinton, 
Southeast, Abington and Archbishop Wil- 
liams. The team lost to Notre Dame of 
Tyngsboro in the semifinals, but still ac- 
complished being the first Westwood girls' 
team to play in the garden. 
Memories: Pulling pegs at Garden, first ar- 
rived and court was all dark, warm-ups at 
Garden, green snap pants, troops, track- 
meets, "Mr. Riley, are we there yet? I have 
to go to the bathroom", manic-depres- 
sants, Christy's study habits, clothes on at 
8, Riley's temper, bus rides, lack of shorts 
with drawstrings. 

Bequeath to next year's team: straight 
jackets, earplugs, and track shoes. 
Honors: TVL co-champions with Holliston 
Honors: South Sectional Champs- Eastern 
Mass finalists. League All-Stars-Erin O'Bri- 
en, Wendy Rowe, Amy O'Brien, Christy Kir- 
iacopoulos. Erin O'Brien- Globe All-Scho- 
lastic 





SCOREBOARD 




WHS 


Opp. 


48 


Holliston 


47 


87 


Millis 


21 


57 


Norwood 


49 


57 


Hopkinton 


54 


51 


Medfield 


45 


63 


Dover/Sherborn 


23 


65 


Medway 


48 


65 


Bellingham 


27 


54 


Holliston 


58 


85 


Millis 


21 


63 


Norwood 


56 


68 


Medfield 


51 


64 


Hopkinton 


47 


72 


Dover/Sherborn 


28 


72 


Medway 


54 


73 


Bellingham 


38 


64 


St. Mary's 


44 


73 


Bellingham 


38 


64 


St. Mary's 
17-1-0 


44 








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Bill Riley. 




STANDOUTS 



Amy, the youngest 
of the McCoys, was 
a great asset to the 
team, not only be- 
cause of her physi- 
cal talents, but 
also because of 
her sense of family 
tradition and team 
spirit. 

- Alysia Ordway 

Kristy, the team's 
point guard and 
long-range special- 
ist, delivered her 
3-point bombs 
with accuracy to 
bring excitement 
to many close 4th 
quarters. 

- Alysia Ordway 



At the Westwood 
Xmas tournament 
against Brockton, 
Jen came off the 
bench in the 1st- 
half to give the 
team a much 
needed offensive 
lift. 
- Alysia Ordway 








First Row (L to R): Amy McCoy, Capt. Erin O'Brien, Capt. Alysia Ordway, Jen Harrington. Second 
Row: Coach Riley, Theresa Conley, Nancy Radden, Whitney llg, Trisha Higgins, Wendy Rowe, Vicki 
Lehmann, Amy O'Brien, Jen McDonald, Christy Kiriacopoulos, Coach Bill Riley. Q _. 






STANDOUTS 





"Chuck just swam 
with such energy. 
He was a gutsy 
swimmer and was 
very exciting to 
watch, especially 
when he won." 
— Mike Massaro 



"The intensity and 
spirit of Jeff's atti- 
tude was the driv- 
ing behind me and 
the team as a 
whole." 
— Aaron Piziali 



"It was great hav- 
ing "Cow" on the 
team. Mot only 
could he swim, but 
he could always 
make us laugh." 
—Matt Prout 





Front Row (L to R): Mary Foster, Matt Prout, Mike Carlson, Mike Massarro, Coach John Lonergan, Aaron 
Piziali, Jim Fitzgerald, Dan Ware, Becky Prout. Back Row (L to R): Rory O'Dea, Brian Lawton, Jeff Patterson, 
Kevin Foster, Joe Paparazzo, Mark Onderdonk. 





BOYS' 
SWIMMING 

The weight of our teams' success 
existed in the strength of the abili- 
ties of the team's individuals. We 
were the smallest team in number 
of bodies, but the individual contri- 
butions were great. BUT somehow 
our team became cursed with bad 
luck. Our best swimmers became 
sick, very sick, and we lost a few 
members to a rash of random acci- 
dents that left those members on 
dry land! Even though we lacked a 
diver this year, we managed to 
make up for it by finishing strong in 
all events, usually taking a first 
through third finish. 

Bequest to next year's team: We 
seniors leave a sheet cake . . . use it 
well . . . pass on the memory and its 
power. Most memorable event: 
The most memorable meets were 
those where our team and the oth- 
ers met as friends, coming together 
to play a game. Attleboro and See- 
konk had to have been the nicest 
teams we have ever played in any 
sport. Together at the meet we 
cheered friends on. The greatest 
trait that we thrived on was our 
ability to swim against other teams 
with our hardcore nice guy, yet re- 
laxed and psyched, attitude. Hon- 
ors: This season Jim Fitzgerald, 
Jeff Patterson, Aaron Fiziali and Ke- 
vin Foster all received recognition 
as elected members to the South- 
ern Conference All-Star Team. 






SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


79 


Mewton north 


100 


93 


Stoughton 


81 


63 


St. John's Prep. 


113 


83 


Apponequet 


62 


' 80 


Cohasset 


87 


56 


new Bedford 


124 


91 


Taunton 


75 


30 


Seekonk 


52 


71 


Attleboro 


99 


76 


no. Quincy 


106 




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HOCKEY 

Well, what can we say - TWO in 
A ROW - A FEAT NEVER DONE 
BEFORE AT W.H.S. The season 
started off with a bang taking 
home 17 wins in a row. Then 
came the wake-up call: Xaverian, 
the Div. 1 power house, knocked 
us down to a 5-1 loss. To get 
back on our feet we took Lynn- 
field to the wire beating them 3- 
2, which sent us gung-ho into the 
State Tourney. 

We ended the regular season 
breaking many team records and 
giving us a great chance to RE- 
PEAT! WE WERE READY! First, we 
took on North Reading, then 
Nauset, and finally Old Roches- 
ter. They all fell to our excellent 
defense and outstanding goal 
tending. Then came Northeast 
for the E-Mass. Championship at 
the Boston Garden. With a total 
team effort and a fabulous play 
by the forward, we won, sending 
us to the State Championship for 
the 2nd time in two years. The 
Place: B.U. The Time: 7:00 p.m. 
The Date: March 12, 1992. The 
Team: St. Joe's of Pittsfield 
(Their Revenge). Well, if you 
were there you know what hap- 
pened, so there's our season. 
STATE CHAMPS 1991 and 1992! 

Memories: Rick's pacing before 1st tour- 
ney game . . . Mick chants . . . Power Play . 
. . Garden Party 2 . . . loaf stories . . . the 
story of the thief . . . love beads . . . Griff 
showers . . . 5 A.M. practice ... St. Joe's 
starting goalie . . . Goats . . . Rusty . . . 
REPEAT . . . Goats, Rusty, Mago, Reggie, 
RIMMA, E.G., RJ, Little Leo, GOZ, Cully, 
Hitman, Styles, Vladimir Sutcoff, Buddy. 
Creative Awards: Playmaker Award - Tim 
Lewis. BFI Award - Griff. Pushup Award - 
Sean Kane. Teabag Award - Craig Sin- 
clair. Overemotional Award - Andy 
Gozzo. Bulldog Award - Tim Lewis. Be- 
quest for next year's team: The four grad- 
uating senior captains hereby leave 
heart, dedication, endurance, desire and 
the will to three-peat! 

Most Memorable Events: DANCING all 
over the ice for the second year in a row. 
Div. 3 State Final Game at B.U. Honors: 
Tim Lewis - Div. 3 Player of the Year 
(HNIB) TVL All Star, Team MVP. Tim Har- 
rington - Div. 3 Player of the Year (Boston 
Globe), TVL All Star, Patriot Ledger All- 
Star, Coaches' Award, Andy Gozzo - TVL 
All Star, Patriot Ledger All Star, Team 
MVP. Scott Butters- TVL All Star, Offen- 
sive Player of the Year. Rick Johnston - 
TVL All Star, Best Defenseman. Mark 
Paster- TVL All Star, Most Improved Play- 
er. Russ Flynne - TVL All Star, Wolverine 
Award. Ed Galvin - Unsung Hero. 






SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


4 


Concord-Carlisle 


2 


6 


Blue Hills 


1 


3 


Lynnfield 


2 


9 


Bellingham 


3 


7 


Latin Academy 





7 


Holliston 


3 


3 


Dover-Sherbom 





8 


Medfield 


2 


6 


Medway 


2 


4 


Canton 





4 


Arlington Catholic 


3 


10 


Bellingham 





8 


Holliston 


1 


9 


Dover-Sherborn 


1 


2 


Medfield 


1 


7 


Medway 





6 


Blue Hills 


4 


1 


Xaverian 


5 


2 


Lynfield 







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STANDOUTS 



"Tim was defi- 
nitely one of 
the best ever to 
play for 

Westwood. His 
phenomenal 
quickness let 
him skate by 
people like 
they were 
standing still." 
— Tim Harring- 
ton 

"Qoz was 

amazing. With 
him in net, the 
team got such 
a boost. It was 
like there was 
nothing we 
couldn't do." 
-Rick Johnston 



"Russ was a 
man after my 
own heart. He 
always worked 
hard, played 
like an animal, 
and loved to 
hit." 
—Scott Butters 













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Front Row: Tom Welby, Dave Paster, Rob White, Paul Flaherty, Jim Marsh, Capt. Rick 
Johnston, Capt. Scott Butters, Capt. Andy Qozzo, Capt. Tim Harrington, Eric Qundersen. 
Back Row: Coach Jeff Mitchell, Coach Dan Qriffen, Chris Shanahan, Mike Cullinane, Russ 
Flynne, Ed Qalvin, Craig Sinclair, Sean Kane, Mike Mancuso, Mark Paster, Tim Lewis, Kevin 
Kelly, Coach Leo Shanahan. 



STANDOUTS 




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SKI TEAM 

The Girls' Ski Team, cap- 
tained by Cara Donlon, had 
another fine season, mak- 
ing it to the states for the 
second consecutive year. 
The team had many new 
freshmen join which helped 
them out a lot; they gave 
strong performances. The 
leaders on the team who 
gave outstanding perfor- 
mances were Jean Ladou- 
ceur, Cara Donlon, and An- 
gela Hughes. 

The Boys' Ski Team, cap- 
tained by Todd Rhinerson, 
showed much improve- 
ment from previous years. 
The boys got needed help 
from the underclassmen as 
well as strong perfor- 
mances from Todd, a state 
qualifier, and Eric Shaw, an 
up-and-coming sopho- 
more. The seniors wish 
next year's team good luck. 




Mrst Row (L to R): Jean Ladouceur. nancy McLaughlin, Chris O'Brien, Erica 
Hesch, Karen Lepri. Suzanne Cosgrove, Jen Ryan, Andy Shabo. Second Row: 
Chris Woodley, Capt. Todd Rhinerson, Carolyn Miner. Meaghan Gadd, Christy 
Doyle, Kate Mason, Eric Shaw, Eve Anderson, Dan Hannon, Capt. Cara Donlon, 
Ben Christian. 




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BASEBALL 

Once again, the Wolver- 
ines didn't disappoint on 
the baseball diamond. The 
spring of '92 will be remem- 
bered as Westwoods first 
Tri-Valley League baseball 
champions since entering 
the league in 1979. After 
last year's South Sectional 
Champion team, Westwood 
was expected to be strong, 
and jumped out to an 11-0 
league record before finally 
falling to Medfield. The Wol- 
verines rebounded, howev- 
er, and defeated Medfield at 
their place in the final game 
of the season to clinch the 
TVL championship. 



MEMORIES: Death of an Aardvark, 
Elio's Jinx, "Get me some dirt!", 
lob toss & pepper, Siggens' 
wheels, "Abdou!", Coach O'Leary, 
Chink-food, intentional walks, 
Tforwellians". 

CREATIVE AWARDS: Most likely to 
play the wrong position: everyone, 
Worst luck: Elio Imbornone, Most 
Likely to Throw the Helmet: Mark 
Paster. 

MOST MEMORABLE GAME: 

Westwood met Medfield on the fi- 
nal day of the regular season to 
decide the Tri-Valley League 
championship once and for all. Be- 
hind strong defense and an amaz- 
ing pitching performance by Elio 
Imbornone, Westwood won 1-0 on 
a fourth-inning home run by Kurt 
Schliemann, thus bringing home 
the TVL crown for the first time in 
13 years. 



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SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


7 


Dover-Sherb. 


5 


16 


Ashland 


4 


20 


Holliston 


2 


14 


Med way 


6 


21 


Millis 


6 


19 


Hopkinton 


2 


12 


Bellingham 


4 


7 


Ashland 


4 


9 


Holliston 


4 


10 


Medway 


1 


10 


Dover-Sherb. 


3 


7 


Medfield 


13 


1 


Millis 


2 


15 


Hopkinton 


5 


2 


Bellingham 


3 


1 


Medfield 
13-3-0 








SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 






"John was just a 
workhorse. Not 
only was he a great 
kid, but he never 
stopped working 
and improving his 
skills." 
— Kurt 
Schliemann 



"Charlie was both 
a great player and 
a team leader. He 
always made sure 
we were up for ev- 
ery game." 
— John Smith 



"Roo was the most 
dedicated and 
hardest worker on 
the team. He al- 
ways gave it all he 
had." 
— Rob Duffy 




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Front Row (L to R): Rob Duffy, Brad Rutan, Dave Angelicchio, Capt. John Smith, Capt. Kurt Schliemann, 
Charlie Magri, John Queally, Mark Paster. Back Row (L to R): Dave Abdou, Rick Cocivera, Tim Mullen, Rich 
Siggens, Elio Imbomone, Dan Hannon, Hyun Chung, Jim Marsh, Mark Randlett, Coach Jack Farrell. 






SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 




Lisa Micholas- 
"She was our 
good pitcher for 2 
years and her con- 
sistency claimed 
victories" 



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first year on the 
team, she made a 
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"Her giantism at 
first base kept the 
team in good 
spirits" 



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The Softball Team was cap- 
tained by Judy Rich and Liz 
Brady this year. Although this 
wasn't the team's best sea- 
son, it was definitely one of 
the most memorable. Under 
the coaching leadership of 
Grandmama and Uncle Frank, 
the capability of the team 
came through in the game 
against Bellingham. To say 
the scoreboard accurately de- 
picted the team is unfair for 
the team had incredible indi- 
vidual talent. We only hope 
that next year's team will carry 
on the Grandmama tradition 
and we wish them the best of 
luck. 




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SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


16 


Weymouth 


28 


6 


Ashland 


15 





Holliston 


15 


1 


Medway 


12 


12 


Millis 


11 


21 


Hopkinton 


5 


6 


Bellingham 





3 


Ashland 


6 


6 


Holliston 


21 


9 


Weymouth 


11 


3 


Medfield 


16 


9 


Millis 


11 


8 


Hopkinton 


2 


4 


Bellingham 


6 


1 


Medfield 


16 


2 


Medway 
4-12-0 


5 





First Row (L to R): Beth Lynch, Capt. Liz Brady, Capt. Judy Rich, Kerry Coleman, Lisa nicholas, Carey 
Vose. Second Row: Joy Howland, Tara Laham, Michelle Fisher, Lisa Troiano. Amy Howard, Amy How- 
land, Meghan Qadd. 



SENIOR 
STANDOUTS 




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"Ques was just a 
tremendous work- 
er. Me got better 
each match and by 
the end of the sea- 
son was our team 
MVP." 
— Chris Blomquist 



"Brad had a com- 
petitive spirit and a 
will to win that 
made him play 
above and beyond 
expectations." 
— Mike Dowd 



"Without Jimbo 
on the team to 
make practice fun, 
I never would have 
played." 
— Andy Owens 




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Front Row (L to R): Brad Weiner, Andy Owens, Greg Piazza, Mike Hall, Victor Servello, John Lynch. Back Row 
(L to R):Capt. Mike Dowd, Capt. Mark R. Sullivan, Capt. Chris Blomquist, Jim Caruso, Coach Dan Damish. 








SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


1 


Dover 


4 


5 


Ashland 








Holliston 


5 


2 


Medway 


3 


4 


Millis 


1 


5 


Ashland 





1 


Holliston 


4 


3 


Medway 


2 


1 


Dover-Sherb. 


4 


1 


Medfield 


4 


3 


Millis 


2 


1 


Medfield 
5-7-0 


4 



BOYS' 
TENNIS 

The 1992 season will be 
very memorable for each 
member of the team. Al- 
though the team finished 
with a 5-7 record, it chal- 
lenged opponents in every 
match, in the strongest 
league of recent memory. 
Losses came to D-S, Med- 
field, Holliston, and once to 
Medway, while victories 
came over perenial power- 
houses Ashland, Millis, and 
once over Medway. 

Under the guidance and 
cooperation of Coach Da- 
mish, we had a great year, 
played good tennis, and, 
most importantly, had lots 
of laughs. 

MEMORIES: O's introductions in 
Ashland, The curse of "The 
Woodie." 

CREATIVE AWARDS: Most intimi- 
dating — VJ Servello; Most "Men- 
tally Drained" — Mike Dowd; Most 
Likely to Attract Attention (even 
on the tennis court) — Jim Caruso 

WHAT WOULD YOU BEQUEATH 
TO NEXT YEAR'S TEAM: Tons o' 
fun with the "Woodie "; a better re- 
cord; as much fun as possible. 

HONORS: 

Team MVP — Mark Sullivan — 
Whether it be at first or second 
doubles, Mark was the most con- 
sistent and reliable player on the 
team. His unselfish attitude and 
hard work with doubles partner 
Jim Caruso made him one of the 
best doubles players in the TVL. 
Unsung Hero — Mike Dowd. 
Sportsmanship — Andy Owens 
TVL All-Stars — Andy Owens, 
Chris Blomquist, Mark Sullivan, 
Jim Caruso. 




STANDOUTS 




Janet Rosenblad- 
"Janet's hard 
work at the prac- 
tices showed how 
she loved the 
sport of tennis." 



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Debbie Ringel- 
"Debbie has been 
on this team for 
the past 4 years 
and her spirit add- 
ed to the team's 
winning streak." 



Laura Corcoran- 
"Laura was very 
useful to the ten- 
nis team with her 
supply of Pringles 
for everybody." 








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SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 





Dover-Sherb. 


5 


5 


Ashland 





5 


Holliston 





4 


Medway 


1 


5 


Millis 





4 


Hopkintonm 


1 


5 


Ashland 





4 


Medway 


1 





Dover-Sherb. 


4 


5 


Medfield 





5 


Millis 





5 


Hopkinton 





4 


Holliston 





5 


Medfield 
12-2-0 












GIRLS' 
TENNIS 

The fifteen girls who gathered on the 
courts of Westwood High School on a 
cool day in late March would soon 
make up Westwood High's invincible 
Girls' Tennis Team. No sooner did we 
first gather than we jumped into our 
most challenging match of the season, 
Dover-Sherbom. In our white Nike 
skirts and T's, we fearlessly faced our 
biggest rivals; however, with little-to-no 
preseason practice we came out defeat- 
ed. But, the season had just begun! We 
traveled throughout the Tri-Valley and 
found victories in every match along 
the way. Although Dover stopped our 
winning streak, nothing could inhibit 
the growth of friendships or the fun we 
had together. The team finished its 
season beating Nauset in the state 
tournament but lost in the quarter fin- 
als to Bishop Connelly. 

Memories: Team Dad: Daddy Wagner, 
Ben & Jerry's, Eileen's bathing suit, 
Saumya & Michelle, see-through skirts, 
bimbo from Millis, new water bottles, 
Debbie's Florida oranges, all you can 
eat, late to Dover, diets, Liz's uncon- 
trollable appetite, accessories, tennis 
undies. 

Bequest for next year's team: The se- 
niors bequeath to the tennis team artil- 
lery to beat Dover and a season's sup- 
ply of oranges. 



Front Row (L to R): Janet Rosenblad, nancy McLaughlin, Capt. Diane Costello, Capt. Lynn 
Santopietro, Meg Earls, Saumya Sharma. Second Row: Coach Rena Lieberman, Laura 
Corcoran, Liz Sullivan, Sara Lanning, Jen McDonald, Eileen Neville. 



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SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


38 


Medfield 


98 


26 


Holliston 


104 


86 


Ashland 


86 


68 


Whitinsville- 
Christian 


68 


67 


Millis 


69 


43 


MopKinton 


93 


40 


Dover-Sherb. 


40 


62 


Bellingham 


72 


57 


Medway 
1-7-1 


77 




First Row (L to R): Jess Chiricotti, Theresa Curran, Erica Larch, Eileen O'Dea. 
Second Row: Amy Riley, Vicki Lehmann, Margo Imbornone, Capt. Sue Hart, 
Trisha Higgins, Julie Connors, Theresa Conley, Carolyn Miner. Third Row: 
Capt. Stephanie Jones, Coach Wayne Relleva, Coach Hargreaves, Betsey 
Speros. 




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BOYS' 
TRACK 

The Westwood High Boys' 
Spring Track team had one of 
its most successful campaigns 
in years, going 6-1 and captur- 
ing sole possession of second 
place in the league. The suc- 
cess of the team can be attrib- 
uted to a surprising crop of new 
athletes and a solid core of ex- 
perienced seniors. The consen- 
sus highlight of the season 
came when the squad downed 
Medfield at their place to clinch 
second in the league. Overall, 
the Wolverines had their typical 
trouble with the loaded Hollis- 
ton Panthers, but managed to 
handle every other team in the 
league rather easily. The team 
sent 9 athletes to the Class-D 
Championships in Weston 
where several impressive per- 
sonal bests were achieved. Six 
of these nine advanced to the 
state meet at Bridgewater State 
College. 

Memories: 4 x 400 at Medfield, 
Fitzy's Ashland victory, "Where 
are Bill and P.J.???!!! ', Jez's 
photo jump. 

Creative Awards: Best Work 
Ethic — Tuce's disciples. 

Bequeath to next year's team: 
A flolliston victory. 

Most memorable meet: Med- 
field. Basically a show-down for 
second place, it was a see-saw 
battle that was decided by the 
last event, the 4 x 400 relay. 
Despite the cold weather, the 
Wolverines dominated the re- 
lay and clinched a well-de- 
served win. 

Honors: 

MVP-Jim Fitzgerald, Unsung 
hero-Chris Burgess, Sports- 
manship-Chris Barucci, TVL 
All-Stars: Bill VanOelder, PJ 
McQrail, Jeremy Steele, Mark 
Sullivan, Mike McFarlane. 



SCOREBOARD 


WHS 


Opp. 


33 Holliston 


Ill 


75 Medfield 


70 


94 Ashland 


51 


93 Whitinsville/ 


52 


Christian 




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93 '/2 Medway 


45'/ 2 


94 Bellingham 


51 


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GOLF 



The Golf Team has an- 
other successful season 
and posted a 13-1 overall 
record. The only loss came 
to Medway late in the sea- 
son on a course that no one 
on the team had played be- 
fore. The team was com- 
posed of a solid core, with 
Tim Harrington and Andy 
Qozzo at the forefront. 
Gozzo was the league MVP, 
while Tim Harrington quali- 
fied for the state individual 
tournament, becoming only 
the sixth Westwood golfer 
ever to qualify. 

MEMORIES: Tri-Valley League 
Tournament — Andy Qozzo hitting 
a goose on the first play-off hole to 
finish second in the tournament 
Russ Flynne snapping his golf 
clubs. 

CREATIVE AWARDS: Pathetic Qolf 
Award — Ted Duffy for his state 
tourney performance; Best Spin- 
ner of the Qolf Ball Award — Andy 
Qozzo for being able to suck the 
ball back at least ten feet. 

MOST MEMORABLE MATCH: 
Match vs. Ashland where Tim Har- 
rington and Andy Qozzo both shot 
36s, Ted Duffy shot 39, and Dave 
McLaughlin shot 40. Total: 150 

HONORS: Tri-Valley League 

Champs! 

TVL All-Stars: Tim Harrington, 

Andy Qozzo. 

TVL MVP: Andy Qozzo 

Sportsmanship: Tim Harrington 

Unsung Hero: Ted Duffy 





SCOREBOARD 




WHS 




Opp. 


177 


Holliston 


174 


203 


Medway 


180 


218 


Hopkinton 


170 


173 


Hopedale 


168 


163 


Ashland 


152 


215 


Bellingham 


174 


176 


Dover-Sherb. 


197 


173 


Holliston 


189 


185 


Medway 


170 


171 


Hopkinton 


197 


169 


Hiopedale 


184 


171 


Ashland 


191 


168 


Dover-Sherb. 
13-1-0 


170 




Driving To 
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STANDOUTS 



"He was the most 
consistent golfer 
on the team. Ted 
hit every fairway, 
every green — 
which is more than 
I can say for most 
of us." 
— Tim Harrington 



"Ed never failed to 
succeed. It was 
great playing with 
him this year, be- 
cause he made me 
play better and 
was fun to play 
with." 
— Russ Flynne 




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"Matt was very fo- 
cused all year. He 
kept me into the 
matches because 
he never gave up 
and always tried 
his hardest." 
— Andy Qozzo 


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Front Row (L to R): Mark Connelly, Capt. Andy Qozzo, Capt. Tim Harrington, Ted Duffy. 
Back Row (L to R): Coach Ray Kodzis, Dave McLaughlin, Klaus Ullman, Ed Qalvin, Matt 
Fink, Russ Flynne, Steve Reissfelder, Coach Jeff Moocheroni. 



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ACTIVITIES 





Front Row (L-R); Lynn Santopietro (Pres.), Rob Duffy (V-P), Liz Brady (Treas.), Sue 
Hart (Sec). Second Row: Irvanne Paul, Liz Sullivan, Betsy Speros, Meaghan Qadd, 
Jill Santopietro, Lindsay Tisdale, Laura Corcoran, Joy Howland, Shakira Sober- 
anis, Kim Dennis, Sophie Benmjamin, Stephanie Connelly. Third Row: Reed 
McLaughlin, Christian Blomquist, Ma.k C. Sullivan, Ed Qalvin, Hyun Chung, Matt 
Fink, Garret Domina, Anthony Eadie, Margo Imbornone, Heather Liddell, Amy 
Riley, Max Blatt. 




Kareoke! 




Every Tuesday morning, twenty-nine students 
assembled in the conference room at 7:30 for their 
weekly meeting. The year's activities began early 
in September with the promotion of the Walk for 
Westwood. Student Council members visited all 
elementary schools in order to build some enthu- 
siasm for the walk, no sooner did students finish 
this event, than they jumped into the next with 
Halloween spirit. On October 31, students reverted 
to their elementary school years, arriving at school 
in Halloween costumes. Student Council held a 
costume contest and a candy apple sale. They also 
initiated a hallway-decorating contest between the 
faculty and the various grades. Student Council 
then proceeded to continue in its role in arousing 
school spirit. The students, along with the various 
captains, the cheerleaders, the band and color- 
guard, went wild at the all-sports pep rally. Home- 
coming Week approached soon after. The week 
began with Hippy Day, then Color Code Day, Twin 
Day, PJ Day, and finally, Green Pride Day. The 
week was concluded with a pep rally, a half-time 
parade, and a dance. The queen, king, and their 
court were selected and they paraded down riaha- 
tan Street onto the football field. The annual 
Spring Fling also proved to be a success. Red, 
blue, and purple teams were divided and assigned 
six spirited captains. The volleyball tournament 
began the week, followed by the teacher scavenger 
hunt. Students then assembled in the cafeteria to 
watch the annual Mr. WHS contest. The battle be- 
tween the colors continued until the end when the 
purple team prevailed. The week was concluded 
with capture the flag and the Kareoke Dance, near- 
ly the whole school was "captured" in the fun. 
Student Council also started a Buddy Program 
with the Downey School. Each student became an 
older brother or sister to a fifth grader. Student 
Council's year proved to be a successful one with 
these activities. Without the devoted assistance of 
our advisor, Mrs. Gail Hayes, our achievements 
would have been minimal. Her help was greatly 
appreciated by each and every member of the Stu- 
dent Council. Have a prosperous 1993 and good 
luck! 



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Student Advisory Board 



The Student Advisory Board, whose pur- 
pose is to act as a liaison between students, 
faculty, administration, and school commit- 
tee, had an extremely active and productive 
year. They listened to student ideas and con- 
cerns and enacted upon them when neces- 
sary. The Board also extended its support 
and involvement in many other areas. This 
year, under the leadership of its officers, a 
week-long program of Aids Awareness and 
Sex Abuse was initiated. Following the speak- 
ers, discussions were held. As a result, with 
the support of Dr. J. Qearon, these topics will 
be implemented in the Health Education cur- 
riculum next year. In addition, the Board par- 
ticipated in a program for the homeless in 
Boston, sponsored a Valentine's Daty Party 
for the Italian Home for Children, supported 
the Cancer Fund by participating in Daffodil 
Day, participated in the Walk for Aids in Bos- 
ton and, on the lighter side, in the Spring 
Fling. All in all, it was an exciting and produc- 
tive year. Also Aaron Piziali, president, ably 
represented WHS at all school committee 
meetings. The SAB would like to thank Mrs. 
Frances Petrakos and Mr. Charles Flahive, 
our advisors, for their help and support 
throughout the year. Their help was valued 
by all. 




Front Row (L to R): Sushma Komakula, Alysia Ordway (Sec), Aaron Piziali (Pres.), 
Meaghan Qadd (Regional Rep.), Stacey Doyle (Vice-Pres.). Back Row: Mrs. F. Petrakos 
(Advisor), Carolyn Dunn, Meghan Ordway, Colleen McDermott, Laura Corcoran, Brooke 
Wire, Laura Iskenderian, Mr. C Flahive (Advisor). Missing: Kurt Schliemann (Treas.), 
Christine Riley, Kate Mason. 




Daffodil Day 









Mentors consists of students from all grades who 
erve the community. This year students participat- 
d in such activities as the Smoking Prevention Pro- 
ram, Handicap Awareness Program, and the Sexu- 
1 Abuse Prevention Program. The purpose of these 
rograms was to teach elementary school and mid- 
lie school students about health hazards and 
ibout differences in people. In addition, Mentors, 
long with some parents, ran teen centers for stu- 
lents in the middle school. Teen centers are a place 
/here the kids can relax and have fun dancing, 
laying basketball, or just hanging out with their 
tends. The group also went into Boston several 
/eekends during the year and worked in various 
helters and soup kitchens. Without all the devoted 
ielp from our advisors, Rob Stodolnik and Grace 
lignose, Mentors would not have been able to have 
one all that it did for the Westwood Community, 
hanks for all your help! 



ECOLIBRIUM 

During the course of the year Ecolibrium accom- 
plished a great deal, especially for a new organization. 
Our year began with a school clean-up and bake sale. 
The remaining months were packed with meetings and 
activities such as the holiday trash tree, aluminum can 
recycling, jewelry making, petitions, letters and, of 
course, Earth Day. On April 15, Ecolibrium held a Pseu- 
do-Earth Day Celebration with information booths on 
the rainforest, ocean pollution and recycling. In addi- 
tion, our logo will be worn for years to come on our 
Ecolibrium t-shirts which were sold this year for the first 
time. We have done much, but there is much more to 
do. Hopefully ecological awareness will be spread 
throughout WHS. 



Ecolibrium Active Members: Chairman-Stephanie Jones, Vice-Chair- 
man-Jane Lee, Secretary-Treasurer-Carey Vose, Relations/Liason- 
Aaron Piziali. Elise Burgess, Brian Conley, Theresa Conley, Siobhan 
Connelly, Stephanie Connelly, Carrie Crossland, Christy Doyle, Kevin 
Foster, Mark Haverty, Erica Hesch, Ryun-Hee Hong, Jim Hunter, Julie 
Hunter, Laura Iskenderian, Ray Jowdy, Karen Lepri, Piicole Maffeo, 
Maria Maione, Kate Mason, Trisha Molloy, Eileen O'Dea, Jennifer 
Ryan, Erin Sheehan, Kristine Sivacek, Andre Suescun, Lindsay Tis- 
dale. 




Front Row (L to R): Carolyn Miner, Tanya Lynch, Mancy Radden, Siobhan Connelly, 
Theresa Conley, Denise Farren, Qwen Dreyer, Meri Liddel, Jen Connors, Diane 
Costello, Lindsay Tisdale, Sean Libbey, Aaron Piziali, Dave Baggeroer, Ben Chris- 
tian. Row 2: Jill Santopietro, Peggy Pollak, Deirdre Roach, Alicia Hamwey, Jean 
Corcoran, Karen Taylor, Ray Jowdy, Rebecca Burke, Melissa Hener, Mark Paster, 
Jen Mara, Pam Griffin, Josh Jones. Row 3: Jen McDonald, Erica Larch, Betsy 
Speros, Sarah Lanning, Mike Carlson, Lynn Santopietro, Lisa Troiano, Laura Isken- 
darian, Christy Doyle, Mike Hall, Ed Oalvin, Rick Cocivera, Garrett Domina, Steph- 
anie Jones, Jake House. Row 4: Jen Ryan, Barbara Miller, Denise Cullinane, 
Jessica Barsamian, John Guerini, Chris Blomquist, John Lynch, Dan Dobra, Shan- 
non Keyes, Todd Collier. Row 5: Jen Ryan, Colleen McDermott, Amy Riley, Karen 
Lepri, Jen Barsamian, Lori Schreiber, Andy Owens, Kurt Tondorf, Mark Sullivan, 
Joe Jowdy, Brad Rutan, Brad Weiner, Camille Papp, Carey Vose, Joyce Wagner. 



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National Honor Society 



national Honor Society is a service organization com- 
prised of students who have maintained high academic 
standards throughout their high school careers. This 
year NHS members volunteered at the Massachusetts 
Hospital School as activity assistants and tutored other 
high school students in various subjects. Throughout 
the spring months, members travelled to the Downey 
School to assist third graders with drafting and editing 
their stories for a Young Authors' Conference in May. 
The organization also raised over $400 for the Christina 
Qrueter Scholarship Fund by taking student pictures 
with Santa Claus and raffling U2 concert tickets. Presi- 
dent Alysia Ordway, Vice President Alicia Hamwey, Sec- 
retary Diane Costello, Treasurer Brad Rutan and all of 
the other NHS members would like to thank our advi- 
sor, Miss Dillon, for all of her help this year and wish the 
NHS the best of luck next year. 





Front Row (L to R): Debbie Ringel, Jean Corcoran, Andy Owens, Mormar 
Liljestrand, Laurie Schreiber. Row 2: Jeff Patterson, Alicia Hamwey (VP), Alysij 
Ordway (Pres.), Brad Rutan (Treas.), Diane Costello (Sec), Diane Murphy. Row 
3: Mrs. H. Joan Dillon (Advisor), Dave Baggeroer, Mike Cafarella, Mike Dowd 
Julie Mao, Matt Prout, Brad Weiner, Emily Moore, C.B. Burgess, Mark C Sulli 
van. Mot Pictured: Kurt Schliemann, Moira Brett, Qwen Dreyer, Lisa Nicholas 
Peggy Pollack, Julie Hunter, Sarah Moody. 



Advisor: Miss H. Joan Dillon Quest Speaker: Mrs. Karen Tosca 




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First Row (L to R): Qwen Dreyer (Pres.), Tanya Lynch (Sec), Jean Corcoran 
(Vice Pres.), Senora H. Perry (Advisor). Row 2: Jennifer VanQelder, Donna 
Guglielmi, Janet Rosenblad, Laura Corcoran, Julie Mao, Shawna rioban, 
Deirdre Roach, Anne Cloherty, Christine Sceppa, David Abdou, Lynn Santopie- 
tro, Nancy Santoro. Row 3: Patricia Higgins, Catherine Walencis, Brian Lawton, 
Mark Connelly, Hyun Chung, Garrett Domina, Andrew Owens, Gregory Piazza, 
Joy-Marie Howland, Laurie Schreiber, Lisa Marie Troiano. 



Spanish Homestay Program 




The Spanish Honor Society, or as the members prefer 
to call it, the Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica, accom- 
plished a lot this year with its crew of bright, dedicated 
students. The club continued its tradition of serving ice 
cream at lunch one Friday a month. If a student asks for 
the flavor in Spanish, he gets a discount of a quarter- 
otherwise, the ice cream costs a dollar. The treat is a 
nice break from the monotony of Otis Spunkmeyer's 
chocolate chip cookies. On frequent visits to the Han- 
Ion school, students taught the kindergarten classes 
the basics of Spanish. The young children were atten- 
tive and remembered most of what they were taught 
from visit to visit. Another popular event was TSuena 
Suerte" grams. These good luck grams were sent to 
students from anyone to wish them good fortune for 
their midyear and final exams. The package included 
three blowpops, and a brief message from the friend or 
teacher. In addition to the three activities mentioned, 
the Society also offered tutoring in the seminar room 
almost every block. The members should be proud of 
their dedication and efforts, and would like to give a 
special thanks to SefTbra Perry, who is keeping the mo- 
mentum of the club going so strongly. 

During the month of February, Senbra Perry took nine 
students to Spain. They stayed with a home-stay family 
for two weeks and attended school in Salamanca. On 
the weekends, they visited other towns outside of Sala- 
manca, such as Zamora, Segovia, and San Martin. While 
in school, the students studied grammar, culture, prac- 
ticed conversing with Spaniards, as well as visiting his- 
toric sights in Salamanca. Then the group traveled to 
Madrid, where they toured the city, visiting historic 
monuments such as Valley of the Fallen, The Escorial, 
and El Greco's house in Toledo. The group also attend- 
ed a soccer game in Madrid, and experienced Spanish 
culture firsthand. Muchisimas gracias to Senbra Perry 
for all her hard work in making it such a great trip! 



front Row (L to R): Jenn VanGelder, Amy Howe, Nancy Tilles. Row 2: Jake 
House, Carmen Tilles, Liz Gurski, Josh Jones, Brooke Wive, Cara Nasisi, Senb- 
a Perry. 





gOCIETE J-[OMORARE DE pRANCAIS 



The French national Honor Soci- 
ety is designed to increase interest 
and knowledge in the French lan- 
guage and culture. The Society had 
a dinner with the Spanish national 
Honor Society in mid-December; 
the potluck supper and gift ex- 
change were both a success. The 
two societies also collaborated on 
a bilingual cookbook. Thanks, Mrs. 
Rice, for your help and patience. 





First Row (L to R): Mrs. Diane Rice, Emily Moore (Vice-Pres.), Michael Dowd (Sec), Christopher Burgess 
(Pres.), Sarah Brett (Treas.). Row 2: Rebecca Burke, Kerry Larkin, Deborah Ringel, Bradford Weiner, 
Diane Costello, Amy Beneway, Alicia Mamwey. Row 3: Julie Hunter, Michael Cafarella, Norman Liljes- 
trand, Mark Sullivan, Matthew Prout, Moira Brett. 







Musical Groups 






The Music Department once 
again put on their annual spring 
Pops concert. Performances were 
given by the orchestra, percussion 
ensemble, concert band, jazz band, 
and the American Voices chorus. 
The Music Department gave a heart 
felt thanks to Miss Trisorio for her 
years of dedication and support. 
We would like to express our deep- 
est gratitude to both Miss Trisorio 
and to Mr. Quirleo. 




"American Voices" 
The Music Department and the 
Drama Club combined this year to 
perform a unique musical entitled 
"American Voices." The show 
which was directed by Mr. Quirleo, 
Mrs. Kelsch, and Miss Trisorio, trav- 
elled all the wat to the United na- 
tions in Mew York City. The perfor- 
mance, combining dance, drama, 
and music, told the story of Ameri- 
ca's early years. While in Mew York 
City, the group was able to see 
'Phantom of the Opera" and 
"Cats." The trip was a great suc- 
cess. 




Marching Band 



The Marching Band experienced yet 
another successful year. Although we 
were the smallest competing band in 
Hew England, we managed to capture 
numerous awards, including Best Music, 
and Best Drum Major. The Wolverine 
Marching Band would like to thank their 
officers; Lori McKenna, President; Emily 
Moore, Vice-President; Pamela Griffin, 
Treasurer; and Amy Gibbons, Secretary, 
for their hard work and dedication. A 
special thanks also goes to drum major 
Alicia Hamwey and colorguard captain 
Erin Chipley. We would especially like to 
commend band director Mr. James Giur- 
leo for his time, energy, and tremendous 
ability in keeping the spirit of green pride 
alive in all of us. 





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119 



WlMTERGUARD L EQACY 



There was a great deal of pressure to repeat 
the winning 1991 season put on Legacy as we 
started the 1992 season. At the classification 
competition on March 2, 1992 Legacy was 
classified in the Open Class which put us in 
the highest competing class. This was quite a 
jump from the Novice class we competed in 
last year. n.E.S.B.A. decided to add a fourth 
class this year because there were so many 
schools competing — a total of eighteen 
guards competed. When the fourth class was 
added we were changed to Class A which was 
the third highest competing class. 

After several months of practicing two eve- 
nings a week and Saturdays, we began our 
rigorous competition schedule on March 1, 
1992, at Randolph High School. The follow- 
ing weekend we competed at Duxbury High 
School on the 7th and King Philip in 
Wrentham on the 8th. On the 15th we hosted 
a competition at Westwood High School and 
the final weekend before finals we competed 
at Case High School in Swansee on the 21st 
and Dover High School in Dover, Hew Hamp- 
shire, on the 22nd. Finals competition were 
held at Case Gym, Boston University on 
March 29th. We also exhibited at a competi- 
tion on March 28th which was held at 
Westwood High School. 

Legacy placed first at the Duxbury and Do- 
ver, nH, competitions and second at the re- 
mainder of the competitions throughout the 
month of March. We also placed second in 
our division at the finals competition, while 
placing fourth overall which meant we scored 
higher than some of the guards in the highest 
competing class. 

We, the seniors, wish to see our Legacy 
continue for many years to come. 
Memories: "I Feel Bad". "One Moment In 
Time", Minnie Mouse, "Turn the Beat 
Around", attitude, across the floors, moving 
tables, We get the gym!!, smile, but dance (oh 
my back!). 




First Row: Erin Chipley, Captain; Second Row (L. to R.): Amy Gibbons, Eileen Neville, Re 
Awde, Sarah Moody, nancy Santoro; Third Row: Alicia Hamway, Melissa Hener, Cara Ma.' 
Diane Murphy; fourth Row: Emily Moore. 




Setting up the panels and moving ail the tables in the oatetex\a were only 
part of the Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday practices, but they were 
among the most memorable. 




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AND 



STATE 





In the Spring of 1991, four junior girls from Westwood 
High School represented their class at Massachusetts 
Girls' State held at Mount Holyoke College. Girls' State 
provides young women from across Massachusetts the 
oppurtunity to spend an entire week learning about the 
political system in the United States by participating and 
functioning in a mock government. All four Girls' State 
representatives gained a great deal from this experience 
and felt they acquired many valuable skills during the 
week-long seminar. The Boys' State Representatives spent 
one week at Bentley College studying the workings of the 
US government. Boys' State was an excellent opportunity 
to meet student leaders from other high schools and to 
better understand the functions of a democratic society. 



front Row (L to R): Elizabeth Brady, Lynn Santopietro, Chris Blomquist, 
i David Collier, Alysia Ordway, Stacey Doyle. 




During the winter this past year Mike Cafarella and Deborah Ringel 
travelled down to Washington D.C. to attend a program called Presiden- 
tial Classroom. While there, the students gained a new perspective into 
the political process. 

In the first few days, they attended numerous seminars, visited different 
historical sites, and participated in cross-fire debates on today's issues. In 
the last few days, the students spent time on Capitol Hill meeting with 
their congressmen and many others politicians. By these experiences, 
Presidential Classroom teaches 'the youth of today how to become the 
leaders of tomorrow." 

Debbie and Mike would like to thank the WTA and the League of Women 
Voters for their financial support that made this experience possible. 

To the left: Michael Cafarella and Deborah Ringel 




MATH TEAM / 




Yes, yes, we are the Math Team. We do math, and we 
don't fool around, either. The team was first in the South- 
eastern Mass. Math League (for small schools) and a very 
close second in the greater Boston Mathematics League 
(also for small schools). We then went on to compete in 
the states, a real prestigious honor. Debbie Ringel, for her 
second consecutive year, made the state team while Julie 
Mao progressed to the second level of the Olympiad. All of 
these achievements could never have been realized had it 
not been for the support of one very special individual, Mr. 
James Pender. Truly a man of devotion and astounding 
brain power, he was the very reason for our neverending 
quest and fulfillment of victory. Thanks JP! 



I Front Row (L to R): Matt Prout, Julie Mao, Debbie Ringel, Norman Liljes- 
trand. Row 2: Kerry Larkin, Matt Keller, Klaus Ullman, Kevin Foster, Mike 
Dowd, Mike Cafarella, Chris Burgess, Becky Prout, Rob Kaufman. Mot Pic- 
tured: Peggy Pollak, Christine Sceppa, Eileen Meville. 



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SCHOOL STORE 

The School Store experienced its most profit- 
able year yet with the help of Mrs. Carol Rosengar- 
ten, our advisor, and the store's energetic staff. 
Don't ever forget the cans of fury, Mallowcup 
championships, and the key master disaster. 
Good Luck to next year's staff and long live the 
vicious circle. The store's success could not have 
been achieved without our expanded candy offer- 
ings and selling Domino's pizza at the basketball 
games. 





Front Row (L to R): Pam Griffin, Lori McKenna (Manager), Matthew Prout (Manag 
er), Himanshu Patel. 



MORNING announcers 







Front Row (L to R): Emily Moore, Jean Corcoran, Alicia Mamwey. Row 2: 
Andy Owens, Matthew Prout, Jeff Patterson, Michael Cafarella, Alysia Ord- 
way. 



It's not as easy as it looks. At the end of theirjunior year, 
students tried out for a position as "morning announcer,'' 
and the lucky ones soon received their assignments. Each 
announcer was expected to arrive in the front office before 
the bell, proofread announcements and decipher teach- 
ers' handwriting. In general, the student announcers uti- 
lized their wonderful and creative minds to provide the 
student body with relevant information. Each announcer 
was dedicated, punctual, and patient. They're a great 
bunch of guys. A special thanks to Mrs. Stephanie Kelsch 
for making the final selections and keeping tabs on our 
performances. 




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NATIONAL JVJERIT 5CHOLARS 




■ont Row (L to R): Shannon Keyes, David O'Rourke, Matthew Prout, Michael 
afarella, Nomina Liljestrand, Deborah Ringel. Row 2: Michael Dowd, Ray- 
lond Jowdy, Brad Rutan, Christopher Burgess, Mark C. Sullivan, Julie Mao. 



The national Merit Scholarship Corporation an- 
nounced in September, 1991, that twelve students from 
Westwood High School earned honors for their perfor- 
mance on the October, 1990, national Merit Scholar- 
ship Qualifying Exam. To earn the status of national 
Merit Semi-Finalist, a student must earn a qualifying 
score that places him/her in the top l h percent of the 
over one million students in the 19,000 secondary 
schools that participated in this program. In all, 15,000 
students nation-wide earned this status. At Westwood 
High School we are proud that two students are among 
this select group: Michael Cafarella and Matthew Prout. 
These two students also qualified as Finalists. 

To earn the status of national Merit Commended Stu- 
dent, a student must earn a qualifying score that places 
him/her in the top 5% of all student participants across 
the country. In all, 35,000 students earned this status. 
At Westwood High School, we are proud that ten stu- 
dents are among this select group: Christopher Bur- 
gess, Michael Dowd, Raymond Jowdy, Shannon Keyes, 
norman Liljestrand, Julie Mao, David O'Rourke, Debo- 
rah Ringel, Brad Rutan, Mark C. Sullivan. 




ACADEMIC J)EGATHLOn 




ront Row (L to R): Victor Qanson, Greg Piazza, Mike Dowd, Mark Haverty, Julie 
ao. Row 2: Miss H. Joan Dillon (Advisor) Mike Cafarella, Chris Blomquist, 
Lilie Hunter, Debbie Ringel, Sean Libbey. Missing: norman Liljestrand. 



Promotion of scholastic competition is the goal of 
this organization. This year Westwood entered a team 
of 10 seniors and one junior in the small schools divi- 
sion of the competition which was held here at 
Westwood High School in november. The team placed 
sixth in its division. 

The team qualified for the Finals held at Westwood 
High School in March. The team placed 13th in the 
States. The Coach's Medal was awared to the teams 
highest scorer: Michael Cafarella. 

Senior team members included Christian Blomquist, 
Michael Dowd, Victor Qanson, Mark Haverty, Julie Hunt- 
er, Sean Libbey, norman Liljestrand, Julie Mao, Debo- 
rah Ringel. 

On it's glorious quest to win medals, the team inad- 
vertently unveiled the forbidden knowledge of the uni- 
verse, the mystical secret of life, the high holy wonders 
of Truth, and the Powers of enlightened consumption: 
Triviality! Trinkets! T-Shirts! Free Food! 




Taking a break at competition 



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TUDENT r^OVERNMENT 1"\AY 



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Brian and I, seeing as this first event took place at north Quincy High School, 
learned our first lesson in state politics: wrestling traffic on the Southeast 
Expressway at 8:00 am. The normally 15 to 20 minute ride took us at least an 
hour and 15 minutes, but luckily by the time we got there, the proceedings had 
not begun. As Brian and I stepped into the room, the door slammed behind us 
with a crash . . . Brian and 1 sat in the back of the crowd taking all of the new 
Government Day atmosphere in . . . Three gentlemen spoke during the pro- 
ceedings: one from the Quincy Judicial System, one from the Office of the 
Secretary of State, and an actual representative. The first speaker explained 
the complexity of the Massachusetts Court System and how it creates trouble 
in the actual process of cases. The second speaker was the Assistant Secretary 
of State and all he really had to say that he was proud of this and proud of 
that — basically campaigning to a bunch of students . . . The third speaker gave 
us all quite an in-depth lesson of the legislative process. The thing that sticks 
out most in my mind, unfortunately, was the second speaker ... I gained a lot 
from watching this man campaign for the state department in front of a bunch 
of high school students. All we really wanted to know was how the system 
works to give us all a basic idea for GOVERNMENT DAY when we debate ideas. 
This gentleman, however, stood there and took about an hour of our time 
telling us how proud he was that the state department built the JFK library 
under budget and in quicker time than was budgeted . . . The experience was 
very important to me because its helped to confirm my distrust of politicians 
and my desire to stay as far away from becoming a politician as I can. It's very 
hard for me to even be in the same room with one without becoming incredibly 
frustrated. Oh, well, that's what I learned. 




Brian Conley 




Safe Rides is a club that picks up students who 
have been drinking and need a ride home. It is 
impossible to stop students from drinking alto- 
gether, so if they are going to drink, it is important 
that they have a safe ride home so there will be no 
drunk-driving accidents. This club was made up of 
about fifty members who gave up one weekend 
night every couple of months to be on call. Four 
different people would be on call each Friday and 
Saturday night and they would be at a designated 
house to answer calls of people who needed a ride 
home. This club has accomplished a lot in the 
past few years since its organization for there have 
been no drunk-driving accidents. This year many 
students took advantage of this service and it 
could have made a difference in someone's life. 
Many thanks to Mr. Flahive for all of his help this 
year because we couldn't have done it without 
him. 




Front Row (L to R): Dave Angelicchio, Deirdre Roach, Lynn Santopietro, Denise d, 
Farren, Men Liddell, Qwen Dreyer, Debbie Ringel, Diane Costello, Tanya Lynch, Alicia S( 
Hamwey, Brian Cummings. Row 2: Erica Hesch, Karen Lepri, Mike Massaro, Rick > 
Kranz, Jen Connors (Pres.), Laurie Schreiber (Pres.), Matt Prout, Peggy Pollack, Karen ( 
Taylor, Pam Griffin. Row 3: Dave Baggeroer, Brian Lawton, Moira Brett, Heather Black, 
Sarah Brett, Jen VanQelder, nancy Santoro, nancy Radden, Tricia Miggins, Alysia 
Ordway, Lori McKenna, Jen Conley, Jen Barsamian. Row 4: John Queally, Tom 
Hennigan, Kerry Larkin, Diane Murphy, Melissa Hener, Sarah Moody, Brad Weiner 
Becky Prout, Kevin Foster, Chris Burgess, Sean Libbey, Mark Sullivan, Garrett Do 
mina, Chris Blomquist, Stephanie Jones, Kathleen Coffey. Missing: Lisa nicholas 



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pEER EDUCATORS 




Front Row (L to R): Amy Gibbons, Emily Moore, Erin O'Brien, Nicole Maffeo, 
Amy McCoy, Mrs. Linda Hanlon (advisor). Row 2: Jennifer VanQelder, Nancy 
Santoro, Lindsay Tisdale, Laura Iskendarian, Michael Mall, Kristine Farren, 
Theresa Conley, Joy Howland, Denise Cullinane. Row 3: Jennifer Mara, Mat- 
thew Keller, David Angelicchio, Matthew Fink, Brad Rutan, David Baggeroer, 
Micole LeVangie. 



This year, Westwood High School's Peer Edu- 
cator group was bigger than ever. Under the 
guidance of Mrs. Linda Hanlon, we made fre- 
quent visits to the Thurston Middle School to 
make presentations to the younger students. 
Self-image, relationships with friends, and deci- 
sion making were just some of the topics 
touched upon. With each visit, the younger chil- 
dren learned some of life's most important les- 
sons. We worked directly with the children and 
we, in turn, learned from them. We would all like 
to thank Mrs. Hanlon for her help, support and 
encouragement. 




PEER COUNSELORS 



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estwood High School's Peer Counselors 
consist of a handful of caring juniors and se- 
niors dedicated to helping others. This year's 
)eer counselors became actively involved in 
the freshman/sophomore orientation work- 
shop. In this workshop, the peer counselors 
Dosed contraversial questions to Westwood's 
anxious and confused underclassmen. The 
pup also facilitated the Career Center's 
Discovery" program which was designed to 
help students choose careers and colleges. 
This year's group of counselors would espe- 
cially like to thank Ms. Carol Armstrong, our 
hard-working advisor, for her enthusiasm and 
support. 







Front Row (L to R): Dave Baggeroer, Erin O'Brien, Amy McCoy, Nicole Maffeo, Carrie 
Crossland. Row 2: Matt Prout, Diane Murphy, Rick Kranz, Amy Gibbons, Ray Jowdy, 
Brad Rutan, Theresa Conley, Emily Moore, Mike Massaro. 



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]N[0 PARENTHESES 



Ho Parentheses continued its role as the literary 
cultural vanguard for Westwood High (it remains 
the school's only literary magazine), collecting 
whatever good and beautiful and creative works 
we found, and concocting as potent a Mixture of 
the True as we could. Our efforts didn't always sell 
a lot of copies, but our goals were great, our pur- 
pose high, and we are now the fastest typists on 
the planet. The magazine continued its now two 
year-long tradition of biannual publishing, and we 
also took a few more steps down the tortuous 
twisting road of computerization, (now if we could 
just do something about that wretched photocopi- 
er .. ) Sparkling kisses of thanks go to our advisor, 
Mrs. Gail Hayes, and everyone who wrote and cop- 
ied and read so much during The Deadline Weeks- 
the value of your work has been inestimable. 




The 1991-1992 Drama Club had yet another 
unique year. Our first production "Politically Cor- 
rect Comedy" presented some excerpts from plays 
famous by Neil Simon. Despite "technical difficul- 
ties,'' the show went on and was a great success. 
Our spring production "Impossible Casts'' pre- 
sented an inside view of what our advisor, Mrs. 
Kelsch, really puts up with. In April the Drama 
Club with the Music Department put on a mini- 
musical "American Voices" at Westwood High 
School and in Mew York City. 

In times of financial difficulties, it is good to see 
students and faculty members working together to 
keep the fine arts alive. President Lori McKenna 
and advisor Mrs. Kelsch worked very hard to make 
this season a tremendous success. 



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Front Row (L to R): Michael Cafarella (Senior Editor), Brad Weiner (Senior Edi( U 
Mancy Santoro (Junior Editor). Row 2: Karen Taylor, Jen Mara Rebecca Biit 
(Prose Editor), Carolyn Miner, Melissa Hener, Amy Beneway, Rick Kranz (Po^ 
Editor). Row 3: Mike Massaro (Art Editor), Mark Haverty, Aaron Piziali Julie Hur r 
Sarah Moody, Diane Murphy, Julie Mao. 




Front Row (L to R): Mark Haverty, Heather Black (Sec), Lori McKenna (Pres 
Emily Moore (Vice Pres.), Nola Kelley. Row 2: Kerry Larkin, Saumya Sharma, Car 
Wan, Karen Lepri, Erica Hesch, Debbie Martin, Rania Awde. Row 3: Debora 
Ringel, Jim Hunter, Elise Burgess, Garrett Domina, Dan Hannon. Brian Lawto 
Cara Masisi, Melissa Hener, Mary Foster. 



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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 



Thousands of people are in prison because of their 
)eliefs. Many of these political prisoners are held 
Ivithout a charge or trial; torture and the death penal- 
ly are wide spread. In many countries men, women, 
jmd children have "disappeared" after being taken 
Into custody. Amnesty International, a worldwide 
ilnovement, works for the release of these prisoners. 
Members of Amnesty at WHS wrote letters to officials 
in such countries as Peru, Chile, China, United 
• states, Turkey, and South Africa. In addition, Amnes- 
y had its Battle of the Bands III as a fund raiser, and a 
juest speaker, who was a POC. Lots of petition sign- 
ng by both students and faculty, an awareness dis- 
may in the Media Center, and a 31st anniversary cele- 
bration also occurred. Furthermore, movies and 
segments from such shows as 60 minutes were 
/iewed as a way to keep members informed of what 
A/as taking place in their world today. Amnesty would 
[ike to thank Mr. Burke and Mr. Delaney for their time, 
effort, and enthusiasm throughout the year. The se- 
niors of Amnesty wish the advisors and the other 
members the best of luck in their future endeavors. 




Front Row (L to R): David O'Rourke, Brian Conley (Vice Pres.), Steven McDonough 
(Pres.), Arthur Fryar (Treas.), Tricia Malloy (Sec). Row 2: Brendan Cashman, Rob 
Kaufman, Dan Riley, Rory O'Dea, Diana Rice, Nicole Maffeo, Julie Mao, Sarah Brett, 
Vincent Querini. Row 3: Mr. Kevin Delaney (Advisor), Aaron Piziali, Sean Libbey, 
riimanshu Patel, Erin Sheehan, Eileen O'Dea, Shannon Keyes, Merideth Liddell, 
Mark Haverty, Michael Massaro, Eve Anderson, Mr. Kevin Burke (Advisor), John 
Collins. 

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JjrilCEF 

Unicef helps protect the lives of children and pro- 
mote their development all over the world. This year 
the WHS Unicef representatives visited the Sheehan 
School and got the younger students involved. At 
Halloween we collected $725 to help the children in 
Bolivia. We were very successful this year thanks to 
the help of Mrs. Peggy Davis and Mrs. Virginia 
McCoubrey. 



The purpose of the Human Rights Squad is to raise the aware- 
ness of all Westwood High School students to the harmful effects 
of discrimination, particularly racism, sexism, and religious intol- 
erance. In addition to group discussions, we had a Sunday work- 
shop facilitated by Holly Metcalf and Lynn Dawson from Project 
Teamwork. The club hopes to take its message to the elementary 
and middle schools as well. We would like to thank Scott Gold- 
man for organizing this group and for supporting us throughout 
the year. 




Front Row (L to R): Rania Awde, Caron Wan, Mrs. Virginia McCou- 
brey, Mancy Tilles, Ryun Hee Hong, Darci Oorgone, Amy Magnu- 
son, Carolyn Dunn. Row 2: Saumya Sharma, Debbie Martin, Tina 
Spiniello, Patricia Darcy, Joyce Wagner, Leanne Little, Angela 
Hughes, Erica Larch, Beth Lynch, Kerry Vogelgesang, Bonnie Le- 
vinson, Courtney Patterson. Row 3: Rebecca Tremble, Ellen Houle, 
Liz Qurski, Betsy Speros, Carolyn Miner, Barbara Miller, Sarah 
Lanning, Liz Sullivan, Ann Cloherty, Amy Howland, Elise Burgess, 
Sushma Komakula. 



Front Row (L to R): Chuck Mattera, Karin Croke, Jane Lee, Christine Swanson, 
Shirelle Jefferson, Kim Dennis, Patrice Jefferson. Row 2: Jen Harrington, Betty 
Herard, Sarah Brett, Erica Hesch, Karen Lepari, Darci Oargone, Meghan Burnett. 
Row 3: Brian Cummings, Qwen Dreyer, Diana Rice, Kelly Moumi, Julie Mao, Aisha 
Owen, Magda Marselle, Amy Magnuson, Shakira Soberanis, Irv-anne Paul. 



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ftEY CLUB 

Key Club is a volunteer organization which 
helps the elderly, special needs students and 
the homeless. Students individually volunteer 
their services by doing such things as teaching 
retarded citizens how to cook and by helping 
out at nursing and elderly homes. Members also 
do group activities such as collecting canned 
goods for the homeless on Thanksgiving and 
collecting toys for poor children at Christmas. 
This year was our most successful year for we 
collected more toys and canned foods than we 
ever had before. Also for the first time, Key Club 
planned to make a donation to a needy organi- 
zation at the end of the year. We would all like to 
thank Mrs. Matteson for all her help and sup- 
port. 



Lisa Nicholas 
President 



The Governance Committee, formed in 
October, 1990, in response to student con- 
cerns consists of teachers and students 
from the Westwood High School communi- 
ty. The Committee's goal is to create a 
democratic form of government at the high 
school which will provide the students, 
staff and administration with the practical 
experience of participating in the political 
process through school elections, and leg- 
islative and judicial action. In the fall of 
1992, the Bill of Rights was passed in sepa- 
rate referendums by the staff and students 
of Westwood High. The Governance Com- 
mittee finalized a draft of the Constitution 
which was voted on by the school commu- 
nity in April. Under the direction of acting 
chairpersons, Mr. Thomas Brown and Mrs. 
nancy Walsh, the WHS Governance Com- 
mittee's work on designing a viable Consti- 
tution has helped us to develop a greater 
sense of community in our school. 




Front Row (L to R): Cara Nasisi, Merideth Liddell, Meghan Qadd, Tanya Lyncl 
(VP), Deirdre Roach (Sec), Deborah Ringel, Christine Grady. Row 2: Jen Ryarj 
Kerry Suchma, Heather Black, Jennifer VanQelder, Kerry Larkin, Karen Leprl 
Carol Wan, Deborah Martin, Rania Awde, Erica Hesch, Margaret Earls, Suzann 
Cosgrove. Row 3: Sarah Molloy, Jill Spangler, Beth Molloy, Denise Farren, Sharj 
non Keyes, Julie Lowe, Kristine Farren, Ray Jowdy, Melissa Hener, nancy Racj 
den, Whitney Ilg, Patricia Higgins, Sean Libbey, Amy Spangler. Missing: Lis! 
Nicholas (Pres.), Babara St. Georges, Nancy Santoro, Rebecca Burke, Siobhaj 
Connelly, Veronica Gozzo, Lisa Troiano, Rebecca Tremble, Stephanie Connell; L 
Jen Grady, Julie McQueen, Jessica Chiricotti, Nora Curran. 




OVERPiANCE 




Front Row (L to R): Joyce Wagner, Christine Sivacek, Jeff Churwin, Andrew Owens, 
Mark Flaverty, Stacey Doyle. Row 2: Mr. Kevin Delaney, Brian Conley, Lavon Anderson, 
Kerry Larkin, Kerry Suchma, Karen Lepri, Lindsay Tisdale, Irv-anne Paul, Amy Maz- 
zola, Mrs. Nancy Walsh-Saumsiegle, Mrs. Judith DesPres. Row 3: Ted Duffy, Joe 
Jowdy, Todd Collier, Kevin Harrington, David O'Rourke, Rob White, Andy Corbett, Eric 
Rainey, Edmund White, John Collins, Joy Howland, Kurt Tondorff, Ben Christian. 



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GREEN YEARS 




Co-Editor: Debbie Ringel, Faculty Advisor: Mrs. Frances Petrakos, Co-Editor: Emily Moore 






Associate Editor: Liz Brady 



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The Class of 1992 excelled in scrmany 
areas aa$\s worthy of recognition.. The 
Green Years staff selected me theme 
Ahead of (Dur Time" to illustrate just how 
special this class is and to reflect on our 
time spent here at Westwgod High School. 

Creating Green Years 1992 was a very 
long, difficult, yet gratifying project. Work 
on the book began in early fall and lasted 
right through the summer. At times, it 
seemed as if the book would never be fin- 
ished but the staff continued to work ex- 
tremely hard, knowing that soon the Class 
of 1992 would have Something to mark 
their years spent at Westwood High 
School. 

It was also a year of change. The staff 
moved away from the traditional yearbook 
to something a little more out of the ordi- 
nary. For example, for the first year ever 
the formal senior section was done in color 
and a candid section was added to accom- 
pany senior biographies. Jen Conners and 
Kurt Schleimann worked long hours creat- 
ing a sports section different from any 
other. 

The entire staff made significant contri- 
butions. However, it was the Class of 1992 
that made this yearbook so good. Because 
of the incredible enthusiasm, there were 
more baby pictures than ever before, a re- 
cord setting number of advertisements, 
and a successful candid section. Everyone 
deserves credit for the finished product. 

The Green Years staff would like to thank 
our advisor Mrs. Fran Petrakos for time and 
committment to the yearbook. Without her 
endless support, there would be no year- 
book. We would also like to thank Mr. 
Charles Flahive for taking pictures whenev- 
er we needed coverage. 

Working virtually everyday after school,., 
through the summer, and even durfhcf'va- 
cations has finally paid off. We are very 
proud and excited about the book. We 
would like to thank all who contributed to 
this timeless memory. 




Business Editors: Laurie Schreiber and Jen Barsamian 






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Boys' Sports Editor 
Kurt Schliemann 



Girls' Sports Editor 
Jennifer Connors 



Typing Editor 
Shawna Hoban 





Senior Biography Editors 

Alysia Ordway, Stephanie Jones, Ray Jowdy 



Senior Activities Editors 
Diane Murphy and Amy Gibbons 





Special Activities Editors 
Deirdre Roach, Jennifer Conley, Kathleen Coffey 



Clubs and Activities Editors 

Christine Grady, Stephen McDonough, Sarah Moody 




Staff Assistants: 

Meg Earls 

Eileen Neville 

Nancy Santoro 

Garrett Domina 



Photography Editors 

Brad Weiner, Julie Mao, Richard Kranz 



Art Editor 
Erin Chipley 



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GHOSTS, GOBLINS, STUDENTS??? 

The Halloween festivities began with the 
students and faculty decorating a specific 
hallway the day before Halloween. The soph- 
omores did a spooky job on the math hallway 
- it was almost too scary to walk down there. 
Also the students were urged to dress up in 
costumes. The most original costume was 
Alicia Hamwey's life-size Coke can. The best 
costume that fit a personality was Kristy K. as 
Slash. Dr. Earls had the best mask, but did he 
really have one on? With tail swinging, Jen 
Connors swept up best overall costume as a 
dragon. Jill Santopietro's telephone and Mrs. 
Staiti's pumpkin costumes were also winners. 
The funniest was Ken Carter and the scariest 
was Mrs. Perry. And last, but not least, the 
grade with the most participants was, of 
course, the seniors! 





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HOMECGMifiQ 



Homecoming Week, held November* 4th-8th, 
started off with Monday as^Color Code Day: the 
seniors wore black; the juniors, blueMhe^opho- 
mores, red; and the freshmen, white. There was 
very good participation in the freshman and senior 
classes. Tuesday was Pajama Day, in which all 
grades participated. Pigtails, teddy bears, slippers, 
and blankets were everywhere to be seen. If one 
thought he was seeing double in Wednesday, Twin 
Day, it wa^ only Carey Yose and Joy Howland. Or 
was it Theresa Curran and Jen Babcock? Meaghan 
Gadd and Wendy Rowe made a good Mr. tucelH, 
just as Mr. Chatterton and Dr. Earls did "Hanz and 
Franz.' All in all, the day was a success. On Thurs- 
day, Woodstock was relived by the students as 
Hippie Day. Kristine Sivacek was definitely born in 
the wrong decade. Others who looked "groovy'' 
^were Donna Quglielmi, Karen Lepri, Erica Hesch, 
Ms. Tosca, Ms. Hayes, and John Smith. Friday, 
Green Pride Day, showed which students had a lot 
of pride. Ken Carter and Vicki Lehmann were ex- 
ceptional that day! 

The week ended with a Pep Rally on Friday after- 
noon. Led by Rob Duffy, Lynn Santopietro, and 
Stacey Doyle as the Wolverine, the students 
cheered the great performances by the cheerlead- 
ers, the band, and the'color guard. The homecom- 
ing queen and her court were also announced. 
Elected ^s queen this year was Meri Liddell with 
Julie Lowe and Sandra DiMartino as senior court 
rnembers. Kristy Doyle represented the junior 
class; Jill Santopietro, the sophomores; and 
Heather Liddell, the freshmen. The next day, cul- 
minating Green Pride Week, Wes,twood played a 
great football game against Wayland and won, 28- 
6. 




Homecoming Queen Meri Liddell 




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THE DATING GAME 



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Alysia, Chris, and Mike in order toJ> 
matched up with other contestants. Durin 
the shdw)the crowd cheered as the bacb< 
lors and bachelorettes answered som 
not-so-usi»al questions. At the dance o 
Saturday night, after the couples had gon i 
out on their dates, they shared their expe 
riences (both good and bad) with W 
students. 




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SPRING FLING WEEK 



This year the Student Council orga- 
nized yet another successful Spring 
Fling week. The Red, Purple, and Blue 
Teams all participated in a scavenger 
hunt, capture the flag contest, and 
volleyball tournaments, each hoping 
to come out on top. The Mr. 
Westwood High School contest was 
well attended, as was the Sprihg Fftng 
dance, which featured Karaoke, ^jeam 
members gathered points throughout 
the events and by the end of the week, 
students were not surprised by the 
Purple Team's victory. 



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The Mr. WHS contest was one of the 
nost popular Spring Fling events this 
/ear. The nine contestants dressed up, 
,vere questioned, and were asked to act 
out their answer to the question, "How 
would you . . .". The contestants enter- 
tained us with their skits and by the end 
of the evening, the decision was a hard 
one. The judges finally chose their man 
and Andy Owens stepped forward to re- 
ceive his title of Mr. WHS. 




L to R: Kurt Schliemann, Rick Johnston, Himanshu Patel, John Queally, Mark Sullivan, Rob Duffy, 
Andy Owens,.Chuck,Mattera, and Jim Caruso. 




IMPOSSIBLE CASTS 



< Westwood High's talented Drama" Clut 
chanted, dusted, and misquoted Cinderei 
la, much to the amusement of student 
and faculty in this year's winter productior 
of "Impossible £asts." The cast performec 
. two one-act plays, Tour Little Words" anc 
~ress Rehearsal.'' Mrs. Stephanie 
^Kelsch; the club's advisor, directed the 
show and deserves much credit for the per- 
formance. Thanks to Lori McKenna, Stu 
dent Director, and the backstage crew for 
all their work. 

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QUEST SPEAKERS 




Many students were lucky enough to attend the presenta- 
tion by Charles Precourt, an astronaut from MASAfTwo of his 
topics were about weightlessness in spacg and about the 
uses of space for environmental reasonsTHe also spoke on 
-his great admiration for Neil Arrrjsjrong. 

Four retired great athletes, Luis Tiant, Horn Van Lier, Holly 
Metcatf, and Bcb McCabe, came to our school as members of 
Project teamwork. The cpal of this organization is to inform 
students on issues like stereotyping, discrimination and rac- 
ism. They spoke of their personal experiences "involving 
these issues during their professional careers. The Human 
Rights Squad was formed following this strong and influen- 
tial presentation. During the year other speakers and groups 
addressed the students at Westwood High. 




BATTLE OF THE BANDS 




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tle of the Bands. The night consist- 
ed of local rock bands and student 
speakers promoting their letter 
writing campaign to free political 
prisoners. The acts included Down 
With the Bass, Illusion, Rickets, 
Tree, and The Passengers. The 
event was extremely successful in 
raising money for the group and in 
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Dave Angelicchio 

If you let fears stand in 
the way of your hopes 
and dreams, you will 
succeed in accomplish- 
ing nothing! Dave, 
Deedj, Ange ... "Relax", 
"Sorry about that" ... 
Likes:Indoor parties, my 
car, Bandit, Bickford's 
runs, E 2 DC meetings, 

aardvarks ... Pet Peeves: losing to Holliston!, slow nights, 
being cold, slow drivers, anal people ... Favorite People: RD, 
SM, KS, BR, AG, RJ, JS, RS, EI, MF, MP, RC, *JL ... Where 
Found: Bickford's, Track, Duff's. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Peer Educators 4; Saferides 4. 




Chris 

With the lights out it's less 

dangerous, here we are now, 

entertain us ... Chris, Topher, 

Shaggie ... Bearded w/lot of 

hair ... That's mint, son, what?!, 

It's not my fault! ... Likes:Cape, 

65's, 67's, 85's, ZEP, Junkyard 

runs, late nights in the Impala 

and the Silver Bullet ... Pet 

Peeves:GAME 10, 'Vette 

wannabe's, other people's 

opinions ... Fav. People:Kris, 

JR, BA, PR, KC, JM, LA, DG, JG, KH, TG, CC, AS, SD, 

MM 2 and then some ... Where Found:Kris's, around; Football 

3, 4: Thanks M&D ... Have Fun. 




Dave Baggeroer 

Professional wrestlers are for real, 

Everyone else in the world is 

faking it.+:big wind, steeps/deeps, 

"Mornin Sam", Calif., #10, 

8'6"Angulo, bluedevils, deep 

thoughts, solid analogies, 420's, 

Disney, CD clubs, hacks ... -:Desk 

drool, red barn theory, football 

tapes, pine-time, AR people, early 

A.M., one win was nice, but ... 

Fav: the holy trinity, all good 

dogs, Hank, MMK, QYCers, 

boardheads, Class of '92, M&D, 

P, P&CB, ... Found: Above the rim, Cape, North Country, late 

... Thanx M&D, P, P&CB- 1 love you guys. 




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The arts will never die, as long 

as dreamers survive. Chris, 

Mr.Balliro ... tall, dark, and 

Freaky ... "Seed", "Dunce!", "It 

wasn't me!" ... Likes: Women, 

Parties, Guitars, Jack D., and 

Heavy Metal ... Pet Peeves: 

People with attitudes, Retdogga, 

The Emperor, and unwanted 

party guests ... Fav. People: 

James, Omar, Aylward, CT, 

DC, KG ... Where found: Mr. 

F's office, Boys Room, my 

basement, and parties. Football 1, 2, 3 1/2 ... Thanks Mom ... 

And everyone who helped me. 




Jen Barsamian 

When silence is comfortable 

there is true friendship. Curly, 

brown eyed girl ... "RUDE" ... 

LIKES: the Big One, dragging 

out jokes w/SH&TM, the Bio, in 

depth talks w/SH about 

AM&CD, eating, sappy nights 

w/LS. Pet Peeves: slow drivers, 

JEN shutting her top locker, 

Aries, Ray Brown, my LD, Babs, 

BR mumbling, LS constant 

annoyance w/me, tutors, 

Monique, Fri. the 13 ... Favorite People: LS, SH, TM, AO, JC, 

WR, DC, JB, Laurie-thanks for the best 10 years. Brad-better 

late than never ... Where found: Papas, in the Cam. THANKS 

MOM&DAD. 




Chris Barucci 

To dream of the person 

you'd like to be is to 

waste the person you 

are. Chris, Sgt.B, 

Carducci, Baruch ... 

Bob Saget look-alike, 

slightly insane ... "I'm 

presently recovering 

from an attempted 

triple lutz" ... Likes: 

Rock, Reggae, Jazz, 

Running, guitar, SNL + 

Letterman, The Passengers ... Friends:Bo, Fro, Art, Bub, Ques, 

Jim, Flib, Len, Apo, CM, JT, Dobes, Sisterhood, M+D, 

Thanks ... Where found:on the roads, my room, I'm easy to 

find. Hockey 2, 3; X-C 4; Track 4. 







A.J. Beaulieu 

Cheat cheat, no reason to play fair 
or don't get anywhere, cheat if you 
can't win ... "He's Insane", 
"Wha'd'ya think? Pack'im again" 
... Likes: CLASH, ALL, Parlia- 
ments, Playing with fire, green 
guys, FA(Focust), summer ... Pet 
Peeves: School, Insane Mark, 
ORK's room, LIMP BAGS, The 
Egg ... Favorite People: Mr. Nice 
Guy ... Where Found: Cliffs, 
Artroom, Cup Cup ... Remembers: 
Parties, rerump, cruisin' with D.L., 
Quarries, WAR BUS, ALL THE FRENCH KIDS IN THE 
CREW AND OF COURSE KAREN KANE -JAH- 




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The memories of a man in his old 1 ^^^H ^^^^ni^Ot 

age are the deeds of a man in his mm mkmwk ■■■ ntfll 

prime. Beau, Spew, Brother-B ... 

<>') inches ... "Brothers Forever" Wm ^^^^mwk^L^Lw ^B 

Scavenger ^L^LW^WLW 
Hunt, poon, tilting the head w/ ^///J^^EBR^JmWm 
bros., Sloshball, "O'Doul's", JM W \ 
Cows Party, Artys Party, A^LW- \ 
monstering w/Fro, The Derger ... Ij^B^'^r/Z | j 
Pet Peeves: All L.M.B.'s, Fires, ,>> * I Jk 
all non-Bros., Brodie-B ... i 3 tf H| flB 
Favorite people: Jimbo, Ques, 

Phlib, Fro, Lenny, Sgt. B, Arty, Chuka, Blooma, Acct. Family, 
Sisterhood ... Where Found: W-109, B.K., Cliffs, off the 
wagon. Grounded, Montreal; Hockey 1, 2, 3 Almost 4;Thanx 
Ma&Pa. 



Heather Black 

Memory is the power to gather 

roses in the winter ... Heather, 

Heffa, HB, Susana ... "G as in 

Geraldo" "Hello tree" "Ice makes 

it better" "Is that a lake" "NBE" 

"fullfill" "OH-NO" 10/13/90 ... 

pool parties, "Alabama Song", 

driving mixes, Mr. D's Spanish 

class, writing ... mornings, alarm 

clocks, bad haircuts, calories, 

clingons "I'm confused" ... R.B., 

D.M., M.M., M.L.,T.L., L.N., 

N.S., Sue ... Norwood, TCBY, on 

the phone, Becca's ... Drama Club 2, 3, sec 4; Field Hockey 4; 

Safe Rides 4; Key Club 4. 




Chris Blomquist 

"What can you say when it's 
all been said; what can you do 
when it's all been done; where 
can you go when it's all 
gone?" Bloom ... Refer to 
picture ... "I'm not bitter, 
Mike!" ... Likes: Julio fund, 
AP Breakfast w/Cal, UVA, 
tennis, ... Favorite People: O, 
Lynn, Brotherhood, triumvi- 
rate, Q, Jimmy P, Cal, Class of 
'92 ... Where found: 
Wimbledon 109, the couch, 

Lynn's, THE GAP ... Class President 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis t, 
4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 ... Thanks Mom and Dad. 




2,3, 



Laura Bradley 

The grand essentials in this life 

are something to do, something 

to love, and something to hope 

for. Laur-ums, Laur ... brown 

hair, green eyes ... "Slow 

down", "Throw it out the 

window", "Mine" ... Likes: 

books, getting dismissed, 

concerts, Cu. Bubble, potatoes, 

longhair and workboots, 

Disneyworld ... Dislikes: 

grease monkeys, headaches, 

M.K. sneakers, phone. Favorite 

People: M.F.. T.D., M.K., 

D.H., N.K., E.S., B.D. Where Found: R.F., and B+b, M.F. car, 

Boston, junk-yards, Cape, T.D house. 




Elizabeth Brady 

Life is too important to be taken seriously. Liz, Lizzie, Lizard, 
... "Wicked Cool" "Yo Ho", "Anybody want a peanut?","Hey 
Howdy" ... Likes: Operation Aquarium, Onjonheads.soccer, 
DAYS, "Oh What a Night", Rico, NDE ... Fav People: Judy, 
Tish,TM, SK, CC, NM, MJ, Cheery, Dead Wood Society, pfc, 
KC, BS, PH, NR, Soccer team ... Pet Peeves:Girls State 91, 
woods, "Is that so wrong?, braces ... Where?: Hootnanying, 
Bum looking. Soccer 1,2,3, Capt.4; S-ball 1,2,3 Capt 4; S.C. 
1,2,3,4; SADD 1,2,3,4; Green Years. Thanks Mom, Dad, and 
Brady Bunch. 






Moira Brett 

Tomorrow I will live, the fool 
does say: today itself s too 
late; the wise lived yesterday. 
"I can't decide" ... Likes: Mr. 
Burkes' s nature walks, 
vacations, chocolate ... Pet 
Peeves: the "Dude Magnet", 
field hockey coaches ... 
Where Found: Chip's, hockey 
games. Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; 
Tennis 2, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; French Honor 
Society 2, 3, 4; SADD 3, 4; 
Saferides 3, 4. 




C.B. Burgess 

Imagination is more important 
than knowledge. Chris, C.B. 
... great hair ... "Coolness" ... 
Likes: Gold chains, light 
running shoes, burgers ... Pet 
Peeves: tall people, library 
police, leadership ... Favorite 
People: CCCP, M.L.. J.P., 
V.G., M.M., SSS ...Where 
Found: School Store ... Cross- 
country 1,2, 3,4; Winter 
Track 1; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; 

French National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Safe-Rides 3, 4; Math 
Team 2, 3, 4. 




Scott 

It's not the size of the dog in the 

fight, it's the size of the fight in 

the dog. Scott, Rim, Dr ... "I'm 

all set", "Wahoo", "Sorry about 

that" ... Likes: Garden Prtys, 

BBQ, Svgr Hnt, NK Bch, Di's 

I.D., Intensity ... Hates: Spelly, 

5A.M. Prac, JPS, WW Wire, 

attitudes, mouths ... Favorite 

People: Jean, NAL, ROO, Hcky 

Team, The Boys, Paul, Russ, 

S.K., K.CTim, D.C., RIM ... 

Found: Nobles, Canton ... Football 2; Baseball 1, 2; Golf 3; 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; STATE CHAMPS 91, 92 REPEAT... I 

Love You Steve, Di, Mom, Dad. 




Mike Cafarella 

Can we actually "know" 
the universe? My God, it's 
hard enough finding your 
way in Chinatown. Caf, 
Caffa, Carafella ... "[S]He 
seemed very bitter" ... 
Likes: Pascal, the Triumvi- 
rate, Bilkson H, Tom Vu, 
Alfred ... Pet Peeves: 
408GLK, sausage before 
running, MODs less than 

zero, streamers ... Favorite People: MEP, Geoff, Triumvirates 
C.B. + A.O., Physics Class, Harvey, E.A.O., Ken ... Where 
Found: The Impala. Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; X-Country 2, 3, 
4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; No Parentheses 3, 4; Math Team 2, 3, 
4; NHS 3, 4. 




Mike Carlson 

How can the sun shine when there are clouds? Mike, Cow, 
Maddog, Cowson ... quiet, loud, shy, outgoing, fast ... Likes: 
Running, parties, The Brotherhood, Pasta, good music ... Pet 
Peeves: Tests, Bad Music, my key ... Favorite People: Bo, Fro, 
Philb, Jimbo, D.C., D.L., J.T., BUB, Kav, Art, M.M., M.P., 
H.P., A.P., Sarge, Smit, Caf ... Where Found: My Brain. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1; 
Swimming 4. 



Jimbo 

Seeing is deceiving, but eating is 

believing. Jim, Jimbo ... XL ... 

"Brothers" "BUBBA" ... likes: 

food. Brotherhood, Shiver, $, 

MWM, Tiltin the head, 

Montreal"92", Arties Party, The 

derger, Parties ... Pet Peeves: 

LMB's, Holliston, nothing to do, 

getting caught, Curfews ... Fav 

People: fam, Ques, Beau, BUB, 

Len, Phliba, Chuck, Art, Fro, 

Bloom, SGT, the LMB sisters ... Where Found:BK, TheStatue, 

W-109, work, w/the Brothers, at the buffet ... Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Football 3, 4 ... Thanks Mom and Dad. 







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Erin Chipley 



It was real, it was fun, but was 
it real fun? Chip ... Average 
but too mature ... "I'll be 
okay" ... Likes: change, 
laughing, real people, simple 
pleasures ... Pet Peeves: 
gossips, thoughts not ex- 
pressed, wasted time ... 
Favorite People: Bill and 
people who are openminded, 
comfortable, and fun ... Where 
Found: If I know you're 
looking for me, I'll hide. Color Guard 1-4; Winter Guard 
captain 3, 4; Safe Rides; S.A.D.D.; Drama 1-3; Green Years 
Art Editor. 





Kathleen Coffey 

We might be laughing a 

bit too loud, but that 

never hurt no one. Kath, 

Kathy, Cakes, 

Cakeswoman ... tall, 

brunette ... "You little 

thing", "Gay", "Oh my 

God!" ... Likes: REM, 

DAYS, Billy Joel, 

Parties, SNL, my van, 

summer, 2 Jim's, A John, 

and A Paul ... Pet Peeves: No gas, No destination, feet, no 

money, IT ... Favorite People: CS, EM, Chip, Monkey, 

Mr.Pender, Jen, Paddy, Lori ... Where Found: cruising in van or 

Bessie, with friends, asleep ... SADD 3, 4; Safe Rides 3, 4; 

Green Years 4. 



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Kerry Coleman 

God never gave you a dream 

without the courage to carry it 

out. Cherry, KC ... "Karin stop 

whining", "I tell ya what", "I'm 

all set" ... Likes: Breakfast Club, 

JB Lowe Show, pass the card, 

The Pillow Fight, NDE, BA92, 

... Pet Peeves: Translating, quiet 

game, no destination, rumors, 

school caf, attitudes, mono, no 

clue, NH3/21/92:PM ... Favorite 

people:JL KC 2 JR CS BR SB MN 

DD RJ JH AM CD NK MM SD 

DA JL LB CC RF RM TW MI Mouse BW SD JS ... Where 

Found: driving, WB, SRS, sunny hallway ... Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Dave Collier 

The cradle rocks above an abyss, 
and common sense tells me that 
my existence is only a crack of 
light between two eternities of 
darkness. Rhon, Mollier "IN- 
SANE" "DOUGGHH!" ... Likes: 
Jos, Fudge and Co. Karin, 
Chillin' with A.J., ORK, McD, 
King, BUB, Kav, Appo, Ry, 
Roily, Trish, Art, Leary, Smit, 
Tvedda, The Brotherhood and 
ALL THE GIRLS!, Beasties, 

Zen, Bakin Campouts, WEIRD TIMES! Hates: W.P.D. THE 
SYSTEM, ignorance, getting caught up in reality. Where 
Found: CLIFFS, in the woods. WHAT AN EXPERIENCE IT 
WAS! 




BUB 

Life ultimately means taking 
the responsibility to find the 
right answers to its problems 
and to fufill the tasks which it 
constantly sets for each 
individual. I'd like to say 
thanks to those who lived with 
me in pleasure and in suffer- 
ing. The pleasure which was 
natural and happy and the 
suffering which we had 
realized had hidden opportuni- 
ties for achievement. Suffer- 
ing had become a task in 
which we didn't want to turn our backs. Because it gave 
meaning to our lives, which was pure united pleasure. 




Jen Conley 

Only the good die young! 

Fuffa, Jen-Jen ... blue eyes, 

curly hair. "Funky", 

"Squirelly", "I don't know" ... 

Likes: Laughing, 2 Jim's a Jon 

and a Paul, Cakes van, China 

Rama, parties, babes ... Pet 

Peeves: Kathy's remarks, 

hypocrites, boring people ... 

Favorite People: The whole 

clan, borden, the wild family, 

Pat ... Where Found: near a hockey game, Roche's, w/friends, 

cruising, anywhere but home ... Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Safe Rides 2. 

3, 4; Yearbook 4.Thanks Mom and Dad. 







Jen Connors 

A friend is someone who 

doesn't have to be by your side 

to be with you forever. Likes: 

Chin, fire drill. Hamburger, 

ARUBA, Bio class, Phys rumor 

w/LS+LN, fun nights at 

McCoys, deep thoughts, JB 

driving to Boston, UNH trips, 3/ 

13/92, BK w/LN+Di ... Pet 

Peeves: Rob's feet, the track, JB 

locker, gym psycho, knee, AO 

movies, 95S Bell. w/Di ... Fave. 

People: Rob, Di, JB, AO, LS, Aruba clan, Acct Bros., Swim 

Team, Rona, WI, Julie+TD, the guys, + everyone I laughed 

with ... Where Found: the BIO, Hale, AM's. Luv ya M&D. 




Jeannie Corcoran 

It is far better to forget and 

smile than to remember and 

be sad. Jeannie ... light brown 

hair, brown eyes, dimples, 

talkative ... "Heinous" 

"Breathe" "Rude" ... Likes: 

scrunchies, potato smiles, 

Billy, walks w/AH, gummi 

bears, B-rolls, the beach, 

inspirAtion, flowahs, last 

chance ... Pet Peeves: feeling 

like I'm not here, snobs, 

whispering, split ends, sock 

tans, vulgarity ... Favorite People: LC, AH, PP, DR, LS, B- 

hood ... Where Found: in a daze, in AH's fridge, Bertucci's, 

Friendly's, UC+M ... Thanks Mom+Dad! 




Diane Costello 

Look towards the sunshine and 

you'll never see the shadows. 

"I'm sorry", "RUDE" ... Likes: 

Chinese fire drills, A.M. rides w/ 

Lou, slow lane, trio crush, 

Spinnaker, BK w/ LN + JC, 

THE SLIDE, Drama w/ AH, 

Mitchell raps, Guys in Bio — 

Deuterium, MASS pike, 95 

South-Bell., Cape talk + 

hamburger, JC's laugh ... Pet 

Peeves: bad moods, track, Cape 

Fear, fights ... Fav People: LS : , THE JENS, AH, 

Gang, Calc guys; Ronna, Jess — KURT ... Thank 

found: Boat, Bertuccis w/ Kurt, Lou's car- Love 




AO, JC, Cape 
you! ... Where 
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Ryan Creasi 






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grave. Ry, Crease, Creach 




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... what's up, I had a rough 






weekend, got a dime ... 






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Bike, Old No. 7, death 






rides with Zingga, camp 






outs, late nights ... Pet 






Peeves: being on fire. 






getting busted, Gym, running dry, the 


morning after ... Where 


found: Press box, dock, lot, bud point, 


ooko, pits, cliffs, the 


Vineyard, beaming at the Dead, Metallica, lost in space, at the 


party, planting a tree. 





Darlene Creavin 

Sweets to the Sweet: Farewell! ... DeeGigles-N-Gummy ... 
Double-Trouble on a mission Bett Kirby maybe c'mere skids 
Angles SKUKA Buzzard Paleese Check you out But cousin 
Chica ... Favorite people: Darlene Emily J.N. M.M. M.D. 
Pauly's Boys C.K ... Pet Peeves: little Punks Cavan's Juke Box 
late nights at Chyrls Inn Kirby popping an attitude 2 juices-N- 
2 Many Headwreckers High tops in the sand ... Where Found: 
Not Westwood Nastiano's around a draft with a sidekick.. C- 
YA WWH ... Basketball 1, 2, 3; Soccer 1, 2; Softball 1, 2. 



Karin Croke 

Too much of a good thing is a good 
thing ... Always giggling or 
whining, always smiling ... Likes: 
The eternal nite at Bridgewater, Fla. 
'92 fresh yr. Headwreckers Dgames 
pass the card my pick of the week 
The breakfast club ... Pet Peeves: 
Roadtrip home from BSC CS's 
bladder GnR concert CS's interrup- 
tions X's ... Favorite people: Sean 
CS KC 2 Denis Nal Pal D&T Collier 

Juli-beans LN&CY Emily Gizi Capt Morgan ... Where found 
B-cruising with DD Hale "free"s The Cliffs J. Dempsey's ... 
Thanks Mom & Dad ... Cheerleading 1, 2, 3;Capt 4. 







Carrie Crossland 

A new day, a new way, and 

new eyes to see the dawn, Go 

your way and I'll go mine. 

Carry on! Carnie ... 

Likes:operation aquarium, 

voodews, 14K, butter, units, 

Arty's Parties, 3/28, Myrtle 

Beach-90, 91, losing weight ... 

Pet Peeves: Narcs, Uno's-is 

that so wrong?, gaining ... 

Favorite people:Jim, Aimee, Kelly, Katy, Melissa + Olivia, 

TM-Isaac, SH, NM, SK, JR, LB, AF, KF-rebel, TC, KC, PC ... 

Where found: the Cliffs, hootinanying, bum-looking ... Thanks 

mom, dad, Aimee + Kelly. I love you Jim. 




Jen Crouse 

You only live life once, but if you 
live it right, once is enough. 
CROUSE, Crazy Legs, little girl ... 
LIKES: Prom nite '90 w/J.H., 
Wayland Game '90, T-Ride '91, S.U. 
Road Trips, O.T.C., Windrift, late- 
nites, french braiding, SHOPPA'S, 
Hooligans, Annuals, B.C. Weekends 
... PET PEEVES: Marshfield Stairs, 
perverts, scrambled EGG, getting 
caught, banner thieves, BABS ... 
FAVORITES: Harry, C.S.2, Erin, 
Amy, Dez, Lie, Carrie, Kerry, Tish, 
M2, C.K., K3, M+D, Bruce ... 
FOUND: W.O. Plus, THE EGG, Skyway. 




Denis Desmond 

Time may change me, but I can't 

change time ... Des Des Monger 

"NAL" ... always flirting kinda 

insane ... "CHEERUP" "NOT" ... 

Likes: 120Z curls parties bick lot 

COMBO's D-games pass the 

card slingers SUMMER 

MASE'S nite fishing after Duffs 

GR ARTS URI scratch tickets ... 

PET PEEVES: X'sG'n'R 

concert no destination tape 

games ... FAVORITE PEOPLE: 

Gill KC Nal Pal CS Mase Dog Pound Jen ... WHERE FOUND: 

Cruising w/KC SM's cellar Nal's face down working ... 

Football 2, 3, 4 ... I LOVE YOU MOM AND DAD. 





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Sandra D. 

Everyone is an unfin- 
ished puzzle missing 
one piece; once that 
piece is found, the 
puzzle will be com- 
plete. Sandra D, Silly 
D, diLucias ... "Again" 
"Whatever" "I feel like 
poo" "SHUT-UP 
STEENIE" ... FAVP: U 

Guys in the corner of the caf. Mike Jackson ... Likes: B-Splits, 
kittens Montreal, Endicott, Clothes, Killer Koolaids ... Found: 
GT, Friendlies, MM, NonWest parties, MJ's house, ... Dislikes: 
Driving, puking, fights, cliques, SALLY, rumors. Cheerleading 
2, 3, 4. LUV YOU MOM+DAD, Thanx Family. Good Luck 
'92! 




Cara D. 

I will, I can, I am. Cara, Cara- 
Lou ... Brown hair, Blue eyes, 
Seldom seen w/out a cast ... 
"Because!", "Just Listen" ... 
LIKES: C/W music, snow 
days, skiing out West, 
vacations ... Pet Peeves: 
snobs, no snow, homework ... 
Fav People: They know who 
they are ... Where found: 
Maine, on the slopes, on the 
water. Soccer 1 ; Ski Team 1 , 
Cap't 2, 3, 4. THANK YOU 
MOM & DAD FOR ALL 
YOUR SUPPORT! 



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Michael Dowd 

It's been a long time, been a long 
time, been a long lonely ... Loud, 
Dowdie ... tall, proud to be Irish 
... "I coined the name Goober, 
thank you." ... Likes: U2, 
ZEPPELIN, AEROSMITH, 
Cal's toys, AP Breakfast-C ... Pet 
Peeves: Ms. Walsh's violin, 
Gooberisms, library rules ... 
Favorite People: VG, CB, HP, 
MP, MM, TH, MC ... Where 
Found: B-ball and tennis courts. 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Math team 3, 4; Safe Rides 3 
Decathlon 4; French N.H.S. 3, 4 




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Stacey Doyle 



We make a living by what we 

get, we make a life by what we 

give. Stace, Doyle ... long blond 

hair, blue eyes, hyper ... Likes: 

Sugarloaf, Chinese firedrills, 

hen parties, Grt Woods 91, calc 

crew ... Pet peeves: Braces, 

traffic cops, PMS ... Fav people: 

Class of 92, The Sistas, Loyal 

CYOers. Mentors 1-4; SAB 3, 

VP 4; Governance 3, 4; YC 3, 

4;B-ball 1, 2; V-ball 2, 3; 

Tennis 2 ... always leave em laughing when it's time to say 

goodbye ... thanx for everything NWS, TJB, SSK, CWF, 

DMR, Fr. Ward. Dad, Mum, Chris, Kerry, Jamie— I LUV U! 




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Gwen Dreyer 

And so today my world, it 

smiles, your hand in mine, we 

walk the miles. -LZ Frank, 

Blossom. .long, flowing, plaid 

hair.. "Relax!", "Karin, I hear 

that you have candybars!" ... 

Likes: recycling, used clothes, 

Otis Spunkmeyer, lunch boxes, 

remote controls, popcorn 

machines, chickens ... Fav P'ple: 

XL, PU, ZK, and my good pal 

Harold ... Pet Peeves: people who say "I hate ... " Memories: 

3/14/91, Islington playground @2AM, UMass, Nantasket, 

Arties parties, peach fuzz, 4hahoo! SHH 3, Pres 4; Volleyball 

3, 4; NHS 4; THANKS M&D 




"Duff" 

Tis better to remain silent and 

be thought a fool, than to speak 

and remove all doubt. Duff ... 

"One?!!One?!!" Good: The 

Boys, My G.D. Sully, The Line, 

my Rabbit, Lynn, meetings, 127, 

Ilgs, greyhounds, sloshball, 

I.D.'s, C.Y.O., O'B, Ext. 

12&16B, The Dawg Pound, Fr. 

Ward, Sporandio, MOM+DAD, 

Eagle hoop, N.H., TEDO, Jen. 

Bad: Impeachment, bad snaps, 

blue lights, Game 10. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Hoop 1, 2; 4 GUYS: Thanks for the memories! I won't forget 

you ... Good Luck! 










Denise Farren 


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to change; the realist adjusts the 






sails. Niseman MJ Bernise ... 






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bile?" ... Memories: Senior Girls, 






B.Joel, GrD, Fri. 13th, Daytona 




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befriends, soph walks w/ ML 






LN, it, Hen Parties, Double 


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WK in NH, obs w/ PM, Hair, Sp. 


Girls ... Pet Peeves: Cindy, Rebel, aerobics, GNR, Boofas, 


Cape Wkend "I'm so frustrated" Fighting.. Swim Team, Key 


Club, Mentors, SADD, Safe Rides, SAPP. 






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Arthur Fryar 

Let Fury have the hour, Anger can 

be Power, D'you know that you 

can use it. Art, Artie, Stinky ... 

Like: CLASH, Fatties, 

Bakeations, HENDRIX, Not 

getting caught, Other people's 

parties, my drums ... DISLIKE: 

Lucky Charms (Purple stars) 

having accidental parties (Arties 

party) L.M.B'S, Hanging up with 

wakeovers ... Pals: Brothers, The 

French Kids, Jah ... Found: Trying 

to sleep late, my truck(Mecca) CLIFFS, 2nd, Snowboarding 

Bulkheads. Golf 1; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; A.I. 2, Treas. 3, 4. 



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Victor Ganson 

Luck is what happens 
when preparation meets 
opportunity. Vic, Victa 
Gransen ... 6', blue eyes, 
Russian-not Soviet- 
proud of it ... "Raise my 
hand? Of course not, I 
was just stretching" ... 
Likes: summer, Florida, 
Camp HOPP ... Pet 
Peeves: Ms. Walsh's 
violin, MH, house 
music, wannabes, 

teachers expecting me to participate in class ... Where Found: 
New York, home, basketball court, Mars (during French 
class), Cape Cod. Tennis 3, 4; Academic Decathlon 4. 







Amy Gibbons 

Experience, which destroys 

innocence, also brings one 

back to it. Gibby, Monkey, 

Gucci, Amily ... Easy killa, 

whatever, PLEASE ... Likes: 

"Geek", Saturday nights, 

Hockey, Dinosaurs, KP/ 

Norwood Percussion ... Pet 

Peeves: stress, annoying 

instructors, practices, 

Dartmouth ... favorite people: Shawn, Dead Wood Society, 

C.G., BO, E.C., Bick, N.S., C.V., Cakes, L.M., Moira, P.G., 

R.A ... Afterthoughts: Paperama crew, 1 1/14/90, my twin, 

friends ... Ma, Dad, Deb, Scrub, Shawn - THANX GUYS, I 

LOVE YA! 




Goz 

Here comes the Chief. Andy, 
Goz ... "What?", "You think 
you know everyone", "Duffy 
you smell" ... Likes: Parties, 
Dog track, Vegas Night, Money, 
Sleeping, Cadillacs, Mooshe ... 
Pet Peeves: Dances, School 
spirit, Sully ... Favorite People: 
Duff, Mase, RJ, waino, Schlee, 
Bags, Hago, Son, Matty, Whit 
... Where Found: Nobles 5 
A.M., Raynham, Bulkhead, 
Golf courses ... Hockey 1, 2, 3, 
4 Capt. 4 . ... Thanks Mom, 
Dad, and Jeff Mitchell. 




Chris Grady 

FINISH EACH DAY AND BE 

DONE WITH IT. Paste, Ouija, 

Chris ... Blue eyes ... What are 

you on?, It's all fun and games 

until someone loses an eye, blow 

it off, Who? ... Likes: Sunny 

courtyard, reverse hairdo, coffee 

or coke in the morning. Arguing 

w/MATT ... Pet Peeves: LOST 

IN EASTON, COMPUTER, 

Back seat drivers (JL, MG) ... 

Favorite People: Juliebean, KC, 

AG, TL, MB, LN, ... Where found: WORK, Providence, 

Freeblocks, Westwood, ... Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4; MENTORS 3, 4; 

CYO 1, 2, 3, 4; ... Thanks Mom Dad, M, J + B ... 




Dan Griffin 

Individual success can truly be 
measured by he who has accom- 
plished his goals in life ... Dan, 
Grif, Gibba ... Brown hair and blue 
eyes ... "Wonderful", "Your 
rugged", "Sully", "NOT", "Sorry 
about that" ... Likes: vacations, 
barrels, parties, NAVY ... Pet 
Peeves: Wrentham PD, Holliston, 
Elmer Fudd, Wannabes, MC, BC, 
People who babble ... Favorite 
people: SS, DC, CA, CS, JG, BP, 
CW ... Where Found: Sean's, To 
the Point, CW's car, Lit's place, 
Dollars garage, Scooters ... Football 3, 4. HAVE FUN KIDS. 





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Brother-F 

If an object is stuck, force it. If it 

breaks it needed to be replaced 

anyway. Fro, Greenbag, JBS, 

Baba "Keep the Faith" "Write it 

down BO" likes: Beaver, Arty's 

party. Death rides. Scavenger 

Hunt, Monstering /Bro B, tilting 

the head /Bros. TP's ... Pet 

Peeves: LMB's, Running, 

Cruising ... Fav people: Arty, Bo, 

Phliba, Len, Hone, Jimbo, 

Chucka, Sgt. Ques, Sean, rest of brotherhood ... Where found: 

Cliffs, BK, the ezy, BO's, everyone's basement. Thanks Mom 

and Dad. W/S track 1 , 2; CC track 1 , 2, 3, ; Jazz Band 1 . 2. 3. 4. 







Alicia Hamwey 

Someday when we reminisce 

we'll smile as we recall - we 

had it all. "Fine", "OK", "Rude" 

... Likes: biology friends, E free 

poems, singing at UC's, red hot, 

new car, beach, flowahs, potato 

smiles, Billy, piano bars, walks 

w/JC, inspirAtion, that's what 

friends are for ... Pet Peeves: 

Lish-Dude, "L", Andy at lunch, 

split ends, whispering ... 

Favorite People: SH, JC 2 , PP, 

DR, LC, DC, LS 2 , EM, EC, AG ... Where Found: Friendly's, 

Bertucci's, car, UC&M. Thanks Mom, Dad, and Stacey. 

GOOD LUCK Class of 1992. 






Jen Harrington 

Today's experiences are 

tomorrow's memories and 

the memories will last 

forever. LIKES: Troops, T 

Ride, UNH, ARUBA 92, 

Marshfield, Prom nite 90 w/ 

J.C., LN, NYC, Susse Chalet 

... PET PEEVES: Deb, 

MPD, getting caught, ... 

FAVORITE PEOPLE: John, 

Erin, Jen2, Amy, Christy, 

Kerry, Ryanne, the rest know who they are ... WHERE 

FOUND: W/John, w/ The girls, dining w/ C.K., Club Visage. 

Volleyball 1; Soccer 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Thanks M+D. 

GOOD LUCK '92. 




Susan Hart 

If you're there before it's over 

then you're on time. Sue, Hoagie 

... Short, funny ... "Sorry" ... 

Likes: Daytona, long jokes w/ 

TM+JB, Myrtle Beach w/ 

CC+NM, Arties parties, Pizza Hut 

w/TM, Sat. nite, talks w/JB, 

running, eating, hootnanny (JR's 

car), UNITS, bum looking ... Pet 

Peeves: telling CC's boyfriend-I 

love him, butter, bum lookers, 

aries, sandals, UNOS, wild berry, 

lab w/ TM+JB ... Fav. People: TM, JB, NM, CC, the "girls," 

CL+SF, MRS. B, JH+CH, + EVERYONE ELSE ... TRACK 1- 

4; SEC 3, 4 THANX M+D-I LUV U. 




Mark Allen Haverty, esq. 

Who the hell spells Jennifer with a G. Hav, Mark ... SWM, 
Blond, blue eyes ... "You're late", "Sully" ... Likes: Blonds ... 
Pet Peeves: Gennifer Flowers, Westwood, Freshman, 
Sophmores, Juniors, AMT ... Favorite People: Clinton, Grif, 
RK, Duff, Ricky, Goz, Ang, Kev, Mase, Goober, Chu, Jimbo, 
CA, MD+VG, JJR, JC. Places Found: East LA. Green Years 
4; No Parentheses 3+4; Ecolibrium 4; Amnest Int. 3+4; 
Governance 4. 











Tom Hennigan 

Words are meaningless and 
forgettable. ... Tom, 












TomTom, Billy, Tommy, 
Irish ... tall and pleasant ... 








"Howdy", "Sorry about 
that!", "You've crossed the 
line!" ... Likes: Rush, days 
off, Gingerale ... Pet 








Peeves: People who call 
me goob. Favorite People: 
M.D., H.P., M.M. M.L., 




M 




M.P., C.B., S.M. ... Where 




Found: High Street Market, bowling. 
4; Track 1,2,3,4. 


Soccer 3,4; Debate club 



Betty Herard 

Your eyes will only let you 
see the outside but an 
educated mind will let you 
see what's inside ... crocker 
... short, chocalaty, smileful 
.. "My Goodness", ... Likes: 
Music, dancing, clothes, 
choir, MickyD's, Purple ... 
Pet Peeves: J.T. hypocrites, 
BluePen, ignorance ... Fav. People: MyFamily, PJ, DJ, NJ, 
LK, SJ, NP, RT, PJ, CP, LT, MsT ... Where found: DJ's car, 
ForestHills, theorde, St., Church, shopping, Mirrors, memo- 
rable times: L.V's rehearsal, Moving Pyramid, D.C. trip, 
YParty, The chase, Jenny, Sandra's trip, Janes's fall, Stickers, 
157 Math Class, Mike, Bivins and Shirelle. 







Squana 

Life is hard, it's harder when you're 

Siobhan. Evil Squana ... Big mouth, 

big hair ... GT's: Girls on Skates, 

West, 17, Bihill 1, Trunk!, Spain, 

Brook, Hypos, Cadi, kickers, 

Yatzee, NO : , GT's w/JL + CP-it 

happens. Circus, Rug, Christy's, 

DangeRuss, The ride, 4wheelin w/ 

DON-DON, Can't Touch This, spy 

car. Evil Knevil, Fat!, Semi, fair w/ 

DM + JD-thanx!, Jello, Janelle, 

SKS2BU! ... People: Fam, Si, MK, 

Bet, NK, KK, L, Bo, S + R2, M+C, 

Brookies ... Thanx Mrs. C, Thanx Ma + Dad+Si 

...SMOKED YA! 




David Hurvitz 

If a man does not 
keep pace with his 
companions, perhaps 
it is because he hears 
a different drummer. 
Let him step to the 
music which he 
hears, however, 
measured, or far 
away— Henry David 
Thoreau ... Free 
Play... Hi Laura! 










Shirelle 

Believe in yourself and others 
will believe in you. Lil'bit, 
Rell, Lirprimadonna "Hey 
Now" "That is out of control" 
Favorite People: My family, 
KG, TC, BH, RC, ET, NM, 
TJ. Likes: Music, dancing, 
LongNails, yellow, gold, 
mirrors, clothes, telephones. 
Dislikes: saggy Nylons and 




' HI 






jealousy. Where Found: In 
my room, FieldsCorner, out w/l 
Patrice, Mike's falls, Ko-Ko's r 
Justin's Jokes, Wellesley, work 
Dwayne. My lil' imposter, Bett 


Viends. Memories: Arguing w/ 
nan, TM+CB, 18thB-Day, 
ing at the "Y" and D. Court, 
y H., Ditra. Cheerleading 2,3,4. 





Rick Johnston 

It won't happen unless you dream it 

first. Ricky J. RJ.J ... "will you shut 

up!","Pantherway" ... LIKES: 

Hockey, Track Not, cards Not, 

DAWG LBS>KAHANA<J 

Dempsey, NH ... Pet Peeves: 

TRACKA! 5 A.M. Nobles, No 

Money, Duffys Ques. Sullys Breath, 

MPD, Mouth ... Fav People: 

Whitney, Mase, Goose, Duff, The 

LB. George E, MOM, DAD, SIS' 

ILGS(Gang) THE GEESE.(I LOVE YOU) ... Where Found: 

303, Canton Rink, Penalty Box, KAHANA, OUT, ART 

HALLWAY .. HKY 1,2,3, Capt 4: Thanx MA,PA, + Anyone 

else I forgot. I love you. State Champs 91, 92 




Stephanie Jones 

Smell the sea, and feel the 

sky, let your soul and spirit 

fly into the mystic - Em, Pam, 

Caroline, Carey, JL, AP, HG, 

GD, CN, Mom, Dad, Sean - 

To all of those who touched 

me, I'll dance with thee, to 

the music of the sea - 

Choney, fuzzhead, Eco- 

fascists, I'm here 4U, I feel so 

funky, Sugarloaf, U2, SHYF, 

Aquarium - Sleep tonight and 

may your dreams be realized 

if the thundercloud passes rain, so let it rain 

Steph. 



Ray Jowdy 




Love always, 



The reason we blame the generation before us is because there 
is only one other choice. I am not granola. What Homework? If 
I were on time, I wouldn't be me ... A. p. worship. Chicken 
Tonite; Pickled eggs; Bio, Mrs. Kelsch; David, son of Arthur; B 
Block; poetry readings ... Have a good life, everyone. 






Paul Kavanaugh 
I'm taking a walk on the 
yellow brick road, but I only 
walk where the bricks are 
made of gold. Kav ... Full 
blooded Irish ... "Get out the 
house""Quantity not 
Quality""United and free," 
take Broof ... Likes! Reggae, 
weekends, Jammin, trips .. Pet 
Peeves: No where to go, 
spent, British in Ireland ... 
Favorite People: AJ, DL, DC, 
Art, Bub, Rollins, the Moon 
guy, Ork, King, Sheer, JT, MR 
OZ, Wonderland, The gazebo. 




Meg Kelley 



Where Found: The Cliffs, 



"It's better to burn out than to 

fade away" Marge, Smegma ... 

GTw/JL, CP, ES, NK, SH:NY 

Eve, Semi, Blood on Blood, 

BOBS! "Joe who?" SH+MPw/ 

JL ... GTw/Shoton, Squana, ES, 

SH, EH, SC, CH, DD, DM, KK, 

JL, TD: 8P, Loft, HH, UH, WB, 

ES + CH Parties, Circus, Metallica, Camping, fair, DM truck, 

Brook, Rug Burn, Spy Car, Sexy witch, Bubble paper, "Girls 

on Skates," oral fix, MM + RF, "Lose it, "Roped in", "Go 

Steve," DS +BMw/SH, "Ohmylanta", "Bad Co, NYEve'91', 

B-rooms, Huff Raked, Jello, B + Bw/LB, EtDw/NK?"Where 

am I?" Beach, Soko ... Thanx Dad, Em, William for puttin up 

w/me! Love you guys 






Nola Kelley 

Stay sane inside insanity Nol, Nollie, 

Granola, Mona, Jackie ... GT Sw/SC, 

DL, SF, MK, SH, SK, JH, BP, TR, 

LB, DH, TM, AM, ES, CP, 

DW(George), GLw/JS, AG, BH, JL, 

GAw/PM, OP, Blue Steel, mall 

games, Errickandernie, P"can she get 

me a friend?", "Yeah but only on-", 

adventures w/DL/MK, Otto-man, D's, 

"I want you", oral fixation, Rocky 

Horror, "Metal mind F be nice:, 

"They never liked me!" Ren + Stimpy, BOBS!, wide mouth 

frog, Walpole, Grease, Trixter-NOT!, Stand By Me, Fair'88' 

parade, Army man, A stranger-D-Cali'93' Thanx Mr. C, 

Stacy, Mom. 




Shannon Keyes 

Shadows of the morning light the 

shadows of the evening sun till 

the shadows and light were one ... 

Likes: Timewarping, Fahjitas, 

Arties Parties, C-Spur, Operation 

Aquarium, Stop that rhymin' + I 

mean it, Yup uh huh, chair 

dancing, Voo-Dews being uni... 

Pet Peeves: Ribbon, 

Uno's,Easton, Locker #294, PF's 

Easton, the kicker, Headwreckers 

... Favorite People: HOOTE- 

NANNY GANG, ORDINARY AVERAGE S's, Rico, Y crew 

... Where Found: Swinging, Bum Looking, The Cliffs. 




Richard Kranz 

"Today is Tomorrow's Yester- 
day, Live Today Like 
Tomorrow's Past"... A. P. Thorr! 
JP its JV. At least we took 
showers Klaus! Its a long train 
abuses. "Good Call" Moo. .Slam. 
Suchmaass! Small and Shriveled, 
Cookie explosion, Teach U in to., 
the wrong direction! Dick, 
Rungi, Ricky, Peeves: Chauffer, 
Posse, Snookie Doodle, Amy, 
McJub, Ben, Mark, Cathy, Mike, 

Greg, Nancy, Steve, Jay and others. Found: steakn 'cheese. 
Amy's, The Loft, Honda, and NOT ON the Phone. Peer 
Couns., Tennis, NO P, Break Club. 




David Leary 

Be cool or be cast out - Neil 

Peart ... Dave, Learis, New Wave 

... Independant ... "Whorge", 

"Fudagusch", "Yes, No" ... 

Likes: TABS, Short Wed, Good 

music, Big one. Bag Hunter ... 

Pet Peeves: seeds, conformists, 

Big Hair, FWAC, LMB's, Bad 

music ... Friends: Kav AJ Smit 

Rhon JT Ork Sheer King TR 

Rollins Ryan Bo Bub Mr.D 

Babba MR. NICEGUY The Best 

... Where Found: Cliffs, Sheer's 

APT, ART ROOM, Gazebo, Beyond reach, Dunkin Donuts, A 

higher plane of thought. .X-country 1, 2, 3; S. Track 2,3; BYE. 










Jane Lee 

I've conquered my past, the future 
is here at last, I stand at the en- 
trance of a new world I can see. 
The ruins to the right of me will 
soon have lost sight of me. Love 
rescue me. -Bono/Bob Dylan. "I'm 
done with Sergio", ... Will Remem- 
ber: E.S., C.P., the Deadwood 
Society, Operation Aquarium, 
HENGH! "Hemana humana", 
Fellow Eco-Fascists(S.J., C.V., 
A.P.), H.G. I'm here 4U!, Mutants, 
Circle, Lolla P, Posse V, Fresh, 

Bub-the Y crew, S.L., A.H. at HS, Beety, Broken Change 
Machines, Eat One!, U2, Bye. 




Steven Lee 

He who laughs last, laughs the best. Steve, Stevo ... long hair 
still growing ... AAAAAH, Listen punk, Dukie ... Likes: Girls, 
Buick cars, Stink bombs in the hallway, pickles on the wall, 
Brownies in the hallways. ... Pet Peeves: Get Out, School 
referral ... Favorite People: OP, CA, MS, JM ... Where Found: 
NOT IN SCHOOL, TEXACO, MAD MAGGIES ... Activities: 
Had no activities, such boring. 



Chris Lennon 

There are some defeats more 
triumphant than victories. Chris, 
CN, Lenny, Len ... "Where are 
we?", "Have another #1", Go nuts, 
BUD!" ... Likes: money, driving, 
MBLs, parties, Meatloaf, Pranks, 
My 24 friends ... Pet Peeves: car 
accidents, plastic surgery, fuglies, 
Adidas, Blue Lights ... Favorite 
People: Philba, Bo, Jimbo, Chuck, 
Quas, Fro, Mike Linda, the Brother- 
hood ... Where Found: EZY, 
asleep, Stonehill, the police station, Lamberts 
1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4 ... Thanks Mom and Dad. 




Football 











Sean Libbey 






II 


Brief were my days among you, 






^ 


and briefer still the words I have 








spoken. -Kahlil Gibran. Libs, last 








of the famous ... Hates: Fish, 








Beer, commercials ... People: 




1 


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The Brotherhood, Lano, Kate, 


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1 .> ii. Ork, Fro, Aaron, Asad, 






Cholly, Cronin ... Where Found: 




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The Cliffs, the Clinic, Lano's 




Dungeon, My Room ... Likes: 






s "— c 


Good Oral hygiene. Healthy 






3& 


backs, Good times with friends ... 








CC 2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; Mentors 






2,3; Academic Decathlon 4; Good Bye. 







Meridith Liddell 

How beautiful is youth, how 

bright it gleams! With its 

illusions, aspirations, dreams. 

Book of beginnings, Story 

without end, each maid a heroine 

and each man a friend. Meri ... 

Memories: NH crew, calc class, 

Hnn4 gang, Soccer, Oh what a 

night, 4HaHoo, It, Notes, Walks 

w/LN, Grd w/DF, Me+Gwen 

being wierd, Lisa fainting, 

Tanya's comments, Eng. w/Lisa, 

parties. Love talks w/Heidi, Table 

Talks w/NM, Denise:Automobile? NCw/PK, Cholly, Heather, 

Scott, corn dog,(JC), Jim 




Norman Liljestrand 
Nothing is perfect except for your 
words. Oh how I love them. I think 
about them all day long. Psalm 1 19. 
The mind controlled by the spirit is life 
and peace. Storman Norman, or just 
Norm ... Big Burley, and tuff ... Likes: 
big cars, exciting new lands ... Favorite 
People: ML, KL, MA, MS, TY. BC, 
DR, JP ... Pet Peeves: hair balls, 
shedding ... Where Found: Lexington. 
Soccer 1; Track 2,3; Tennis 3; Chorale 
4; Swim Team 4; NHS 3,4; FNHS 
2,3,4; Math Team 2,3,4; ACADEC 3,4; 
Student Advisory Board 1,2; Jazz 
Band. 




Julie Lowe 

You never know when you're 

making a memory. Juli-beans, Jules 

... dark blond, blue eyes, always 

laughing, smiling and snapping gum 

... "Clearly!", "Ya know what I 

mean?", "Anybody want a peanut?", 

"Your mother?" ... Likes: driving, 

Florida 92, Bahamas, diet Pepsi, 

GT's, Pillow Fight ... Pet Peeves: 

car prbs, Laur's cluelessness, NDE ... 

Favorite People: Laur, KC : , DA, 

SK, JR, TL, DR, DD, CG, York, CS, 

DG, Sis, etc ... Where Found: 

Friendly's, Laurie's, in my room. THANKS MOM + DAD. 

Cheerleading 2,3, Capt 4. 




Tanya Lynch 



Enjoy your own life without 
comparing it with that of 
another. Tiny, Lynchie, T., ... 
short and sweet ... "you geek", 
"my hair", ... Likes: "Broken- 
Arrow", driving, hen-talks, b- 
ball w/Moira ... Pet Peeves: 
tagalongs, misers, lost things ... 
Memories: N.H. w/crew, 
Daytona 92, Livewire, S.J. 
comment, 14 yrs. w/L.N., Clam, 

BS-SYNC, Stoughton, M.L. Hand dance, Ski trip, Tbl tlks w/ 
N.M., J.L. (2nd mom), D.F. Advice, H.B., K.S. quotes, Thanx 
MOM, DAD and NINA. Key Club, SHH, Softball, S.A.D.D. 




Nicole Maffeo 

What a long, strange trip it's been. 

THE DEAD. Trips: Can. w/ELIN, 

Myrtle BCH w/SH + CC 90+91- 

BUTTER! Fla. wATodd-BUD! Fla w/ 

Shawn, NH w/CC, Mrytle B-Jrome, 

NH w/Trish M. -wtrskng w/SERGE- 

UNIT! Mrmck Clge w/DF ski W/ 

CYO, GA. W/EC ...FAVORITE 

PEOPLE: Carnie C, SH TM-Isaac, 

JR SK PC ML GD DF LB - 

HOOTINANNY GANG! Rebel, JM 

TC JL TL The Bros. ... Memories-LB Party Steve Miller Cliffs 

esy bly w/P.C, The DEAD-sep-clogs! TBL TLKS W/ML LN 

TL GD ARTYS PARTY Mel Frnds-JF SP SK-LL EC 6/20/90- 

TL ... Thnks M+D Cros Fam NF+PF. 




Charlie Magri 
ONLY THOSE WHO AT- 
TEMPT THE ABSURD CAN 
ACHIEVE THE IMPOSSIBLE. 
CHAS ... "Sorry about that", 
"Mason shut-up!" "What time is 
it" ... Likes: The allnighter w/ 
NAL DEZ DUFF, The 4th, 
Parties, the pillow fight, pregame 
meetings. Shiver, N.H., Whites, 
Tourney time, New Years 91 92 
... Pet Peeves: Holliston, "From 
here over out", No gas, Pen wars w/Scott, No house ... 
Favorite People: The class of 92, esp. The dog pound ... 
Where found: HQ, Cape Cod. Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 
2,3,4 THANKS MOM + DAD 




Kevin Mahoney 



They say the empty can rattles 
the most. Kev, Hone ... Ameri- 
can, Long hair ... "Dude", 
"What's goin' on?", "That's 
some muscle control!" ... Likes: 
Loud music, pay day, vacations, 
scuba diving, dirt bike riding, 
Montreal '92 ... Pet Peeves: 
LMB's, Coub, pork products, 
work.. Favorite People: The 
Brotherhood, P.L, D.R, J.L, G.P, 
N.L,J.R, B.G, K.M... Where 

Found: Home, Work, Bob's, Paul's, with the Brotherhood, in 
the hone wagon ... Thank Mom & Dad 




Trish Malloy 









It's so easy to laugh, it's so easy 
to hate. It takes strength to be 
gentle and kind. -The Smiths. 
Trishy, Isaac, Trash ... small, 
weird ... "Get out of my way you 
horse's arse'" ... I like: 
Hootnannying-Onjinheads, 
R.E.M., Morrissey, purple pants. 
Bum-lookers, Serge (The King 
of France), UNITS, Pizza Hut w/ 
Sue, My Eng. accent, R.M., Le 
Front seat ... Fav. People: My 
Family, SH, CC, SK, NM, JB, JR, LB, PC, DO, DC, DC, AF, 
AP, ES, SL, JL, TR, JC. Amnesty Int. 2,3,4; Swim Team 1-4; 
Eco. 4. Thanks Mom & Dad! 










Julie S. Mao 

DOCTRINE OF 5 UNIVERSAL 
TRUTHS 

1. Sight confirms reality. TV, and 
TV alone, generates truth. Fudge is 
the derivative of chocolate. 

2. Paroxysm is a sudden fit of 
paroxysm. 

3. John Stuart Mill is defined to be 
god. 

4. AP score is proportional to human 
value. (Footnote: W. Wright) 

5. Genuine arrogance is a divine 

right bestowed only upon the elite few. All other forms are 
feeble attempts at adequacy. 




Peter V. Marchetti 

It's not illegal if you don't get caught. Legalize It Dunce. To the 
bar. Pet Peeves: the Party Van ... Where Found: Hyde Park, 
Cleary Square, North End . ... Favorite People: Omar, Julie, 
Tommy, Jeffry, John, John. 




Steve Mason 

In my dream I was drowning my 

sorrows and my sorrows learned to 

swim. U2 ... Steve, Mase Average 

sized male Caucasian "Sorry about 

that", "Not" Likes: Girls, Friends, 

Raynham, Vegas, Money, A Full 

Trunk, Kahana, Palumbo, Dutch, 

Cold Ones ... Pet Peeves: Holliston, 

telephone poles, scratcha, mouths, 

an empty trunk, filling the Gambler A 

... Favorite People: Cristine, Ricky, 

Goz, Dog LB. George, Dempsey.. 

Where Found: at work. Tilting the Head, missing. Football 1-4. 

Thanx Mom, Dad, Den, I love you 



Mike Massaro 

If we all held hands in a circle 
around the world, 5/8ths of us 
would drown. Mike, Mickey, 
baldy ... Short, Italian ... "I'm 
confused!", "I'm on a diet" ... 
Likes: anything orange, week- 
ends, Mr. Mitchell's class, Doc's 
ties, watching MTV at H.B.'s, 
Mr. D's class ... Pet Peeves: 
chlorine, Gooberisms, speed 
work?, p.w. money ... Favorite 
People: Chewy, HB, Rick, Goob, 
Rowdy, MP, CB ... Where 
Found: Pool, Art Room, any church ... X-country 1,3,4; 
Swimming 1,2,3,4; No P. 3,4; AI 2,3,4; COF 4: Safe Rides 4. 




Chuck-A 

Look for the humor in everything 

and you will find it ... Chucka ... 

"Hey Bra", "What's happening?" 

... Likes: Parties, Brotherhood, 

UMass, Chuckwagon, Stogs, CA, 

91' Me, CYO Hoops ...Pet 

Peeves: out of brew, fake doesn't 

work, hangovers, driving, work, 

no more t.p., getting rights read ... 

Favorite People: Egga, Phlib, 

Ques, Beau, Jimbo, El, Fro, Len, Sarge, Bub, S.S., K.T. ... 

Where Found: Shaw's, El's room, Len's, Phlib's, my basement, 

B.K., Montreal. Football 1-4; Swimming 2; Human Rights 

Squad 4; Thanks Chet and Rit. Luv ya. 




Amy McCoy 



The moment may be temporary, 

but the memories last forever. 

Likes: Trampoline, Aruba, 

UNH, nights with Jen : , Garden, 

Prom 91, lost with J.C., Cape 91 

... Pet Peeves: Nothing to do, 

L.D., Rel, Bean Farm, Babs, 

Fake People ... Favorite People: 

El, Alysia, Aruba clan, Jen, 

Kerry, the rest know who you 

are ... Where Found: with the 

girls, Bean Farm, Visage ... 

College. Volleyball 1,2,3, capt.4; 

Basketball 1,2,3.4; Peer Ed. 

2,3,4; Peer Counseling 3,4. Thanks M&D. Good Luck Class of 

'92. 




Steven McDonough 

There's a better way to do it - find 

it. Steven, Steve ... tall, brown hair/ 

eyes ... "O.K", "allright", "fine" ... 

Likes: weekends, parties, coffee. 

Psych class with S.K. and "L.L" ... 

Pet Peeves: waiting for others, 

being late ... Favorite People: R.K., 

M.M., S.K., D.D.M., D.M., Mom 

and Dad ... Where Found: car, pool, 

Dunkin Donuts, math seminar. 

Amnesty International, Treasurer 2, President 3,4; Track 2; 

Green Years 4. 




Michael M. McFarlane 

The game is not football. The game is life. And there can 
never be too many winners ... Mike McFarlane ... Tall. Good 
Looking, has a body carved out of granite, verry athletic, will 
attend Iowa in 92. .Loves to debate. Favorite People: Kurt, 
Schliemanns, McMillans, Imbornones, Jammie; Thanks for 
everything!! Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,4; Track 2,3,4; 
Metco 2,3,4. 



Lori McKenna 

Through all of our running and all of 

our cunning if we couldn't laugh we 

would all go insane. Lori, Laj, Lou ... 

Curly, red hair, freckles ... "Yikes!" ... 

"How are we going to explain this 

one?!" ... Favorite People ... Cakes, 

Jen, Em, Paj, Amy, E.C., back row, 

Mr. G., Mrs. Kelsch, Brian and 

friends ... Likes: France '90, K2, 

American Pie, H-Block ... Pet Peeves: Pig, Kathy's schemes, 

H-chicks, vicious circles ... Where Found: In cakesvan. Music 

Room, on stage, Roches, the store. 




Cindy McLaughlin 



Now is the time we choose our own 

paths, before was the time we 

walked the same road. Cyndi, Cin 

... "Cross your legs the other way" 

"I hate her" "So" ... Fav People: 

Keith H., Silly D., the guys from 

Xaverian, Antonis, my mechanics, 

and the rest know who you are ... 

Likes: money, men, shopping, 

jewelry, clothes, animals ... 

Dislikes: snobs of Wstwd, KFC, not 

having money, secrets, dirty looks, Jem, and getting up in the 

morning. Thanks Ma and Nana - 1 love you both! XO 




Sarah Moody 

Belief is the knowledge that we 

can do something. It's the inner 

feeling that what we undertake, 

we can accomplish. So, in belief 

there is power: our visions 

become realities. Likes: Pina 

coladas, music, clouds, Morning 

Glories, Delilah, the lake ... Pet 

Peeves: late nites-early mornings, 

geraniums, doom, moving tables 

... Marching Band 2,3,4; Fr. 

Homestay 2; Yearbook 4; No 

Parentheses 3,4; Safe-Rides 4; Choral 4; Winterguard 4; 

National Honor Society 4. Memories: Bordeaux, Legacy, M.R. 




Emily Moore 



I would rather sit on a pumpkin 
and have it all to myself than be 
crowded on a velvet cushion. - 
Henry David Thoreau ... Em, 
Bo, Ego, Embolism, Embo ... 
Likes: music-PF, REM, alterna- 
tive + real people-Seep, Pam, 
Steph, Carey, Lori, Amy (my 
twin), Erin, Eileen, + KC, JC, 
MB, CG, GD, AH - thanks ... 

Afterthoughts: Deadwood Society (drift on), Sugarloaf, yrbk 
w/Deb (voices), free thinking, drama, too much to do, confor- 
mity, choneys ... Thank you Mom, Dad, Brian, Kevin, Patrick, 
and Ma .. I love you ... it's time to move on 











Mark D. Nalbandian 

The grass is always greener in someone elses yard, that's why I 
hopped the fence. Nal, Nalbs, Fenceman, Dez ... Likes: kid- 
napped freshman year, fishing after Duffs, my movie, 64 beach, 
The Nasty Gals, Scavenger Hunts, Led Zep ... Pet Peeves: 
Mouths, the zoo, 7:55, Holliston, the 4th ... Where Found: 
Sheila's house, BB, the gym ... Favorite People: Sheila, Dez, 
Dr, the boys, the RB crew, Mary ... I love you Mom, Dad, Jack 
but especially you Sheila, Thanks, 1 1/3/91 ... I guess it's time 
for me to ramble on ... Football 3,4. 



Lisa Marie Nicholas 

Live life as an exclamation not 

an explanation. Lis, captain ... 

Memories: wins, sports, 

acting, NH gang, Daytona '92, 

clam, calc crew, us physics 

nerds, BSS, soph walks w/ML, 

sum 89, notes, it, 91 ski, life 

wAT, JC free, GD, DF, LS 

comp, b-day 90, my jokes, hen 

talks w/girls 92, MS, Rip date, 

fetes, hoots, JL, ML support ... 

Pet P's: chauvs, hw, boofs, 

Cindy, Charts, woods p's, 

miss yb shots, fights, misers ... V-ball, capt.; Key Club, pres; 

Student Council; NHS; S-ball; FHS; SADD; CYO. 




Erin O'Brien 

The best way to love 

something is to realize it 

might be lost. Erin ... See 

picture ... Likes: Aruba, 

UNH, Marshfield, Prom 

91, Steve Miller, Susse 

Chalet, troops, NYC, 

Boston Garden ... Pet 

Peeves: MPD, Babs, 

Ginny ... Fav People: 

Dave, Jen 3 , Amy 2 , Rye, 

Christy, Rob, the rest know who you are ... Where Found: w/ 

Dave, w/friends, Visage ... Soccer 1,2,3 capt. 4: Basketball 

1,2,3 capt. 4; Softball 1,2,3; Peer Counsel. 3,4; Peer Ed. 2,3,4; I 

love you Mom! Thanks for everything Dad 1-4-3 




Dave O'Rourke 

I'm a study of a man in chaos in 
search of frenzy. Ork, Sid, BCO 
... Bass, Floyd, Genesis, Nice 
Stuff, Hoo Ba's hed, The 
Passengers, Esplanade, Food, 
Time is a lie. Likes: sleep, 
wooing, music, speed, writing, 
Fishbone, Ren, Flag desecration, 
whatever feels good. Hates: 
Pain, licorice, control. People: 
Dave, King, Trish, Bub, Aaron, 
AJ, Sean, JBS, Shannon, 
Brotherhood ... I love you all. 
Where? Cliffs, Green Bridge, Boston, my room, Jammin'. 
Remember the truth. AI, NoP234; GovCom4: HarvardNeg34 




Alysia Ordway 



The mind is its own place; and in 

itself can make a Heav'n of Hell 

or Hell of Heav'n. -John Milton ... 

Leash ... Likes:Phantom w/J, Tom 

Vu, pallendromes, yoo-hoo, trio's 

red crush, Packard Manse ... Pet 

Peeves: Steven Gilmore 408- 

GLK+Church of Latter Day Sts., 

L's car music, tying balloons + 

hanging streamers ... Fav. People: 

da Bear, Aim, Bar, Di. Lou, Lynn, 

VJ, the triumverate and all my 

buds ... Where Found: 1 15, the T.M. Thanks for everything V. 

Dude, + M-Dog! Class Vice-Pres. 2-4; SAB 1-4: Basketball I- 

4, capt 4; Green Years 4; NHS 3, pres 4. 




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Andy Owens 

"It doesn't cost anything to 

be drunk. 

It needn't. It shouldn't. 

A man can be drunk all the 

time. 

Where I live, you can get 

drunk 

on the air." 

So Long. 






Camille Papp 

"And if the music stops 

There's only the sound 

of the rain 

All the hope and glory 

All the sacrifice in 

VAIN 

If love remains though 

everything is lost 

We will pay the PRICE 

But we will not count 

the cost!" N. Peart Cami, Pie, Ellimac, Kin ... "Honey 

Bunny" "Hengh?" "Hemana Humana" "Eat One!" "Hehpi" 

Likes: Rush, V.Halen, J.Healey, Operation Aquarium, McD 

90, J.L., E.S. SS Get- always!(143) ... I miss you Dad! Good 

Luck Mom! 



Himanshu K. Patel 

Si habes nihil facere non id fac 
hie! Heman, Fumanchu, Chu, 
Chewy, Moe, H.K ... Tall, nice 
tan ... "I don't know" "Hey" 
"How about them there apples" 
... Likes: B-ball, ESPN, squash, 
school food ... Pet Peeves: Mallo 
Cups, Homework, Rap ... 
Favorite People: M.P., M.M., 
M.E., M.C., Goob, Loud ... 
Where Found: The Store, work. 
Lost in the Halls. Soccer 1,2,3,4; 
Amnesty Int'l 2,3; No Parenthe- 
ses 4; Sacred Cheese 4 ... To the class of 1992: live long 
prosper. 




and 



Jeff Patterson 

I don't want to achieve 

immortality through my work 

- 1 want to achieve it through 

not dying. Geoff, Brother Kuz 

... Blonde hair, blue eyes ... 

"Carlos action!" ... Likes: 

DK's, Slapshot, MTX, B- 

movies, writing ... Pet Peeves: 

Bad sitcoms, morning 

practice, math ... Favorite 

People: The Unholy Trinity- 

G.G., C.E., W.A. ... Where 

Found: in a pool, fifty miles 

underground in a secret W.H.S. clone ... Swim Team 1,2,4. 

X-Country 2. N.H.S. 3,4. Good Luck to the Class of 2179! 




Stephen Philbin 

Learn as if you were to live 

forever; Live as if you were to 

die tomorrow... Phlib, Phliba, 

Phliba Flab, boob, grand 

Irishman... I said, you piece, 

skanks, I'm never drinking 

again... Likes: Parties, the 

Brotherhood times, the E2Y, 

Busch, Tilting the head with 

Bros, Montreal '92.. .Pet 

Peeves: Fake People, 

Westwood Parties that never happen, no $, no gas, bad 

hangovers, running out of T.P....Fav People: Family, Bo, 

Lenny, Chuck, Egga, Jimbo, Fro, Ques, Sarge, Art, the 

Brothers, V.S... .Where found: Lenny's, Bo's, Chuck's, car, 

Roaches. Thanks Mom and Dad 




Aaron Piziali 

The hurt is not enough: I long 

for weight and strength, to 

feel the earth as rough to all 

my length. ..Dave 0, Dave C, 

King. Bub, Sean, SGT. B, and 

all those I spent this time 

with, you gave me my sight 

and my dimension. I tried to 

make friendships the pasture 

that love feeds from, I knew 

myself and I created my self, 

without my friends though we 

would have faded. I am the 

sunflower and I will forever 

grow, we grew well together in the rich soil of life. Be your 

thoughts, if you never express them, you'll never live them. 







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Peggy Pollak 

Hold onto 16 as long as 

you can- cuz change'll 

come around real soon 

that'll make us women 

and men. Cheery, stub... 

"Wonderful", "Cool 

Ranch", "Can I just say 

that...", "I don't get it", 

"How do I get 

there?".. .Likes: Pepsi, 

DAYS, Kazoos, 7ms, b-ball werthers, Billy, bowling, poetry, 

SNL, art. ..Pet Peeves: Eyebrows, Math, whispering, Dave's 

stares, rain, Sul and "0". modnocs... Favorite People: L.B., 

J.C., A.H., Dee, "Q", Sul, "0", L.C. ... Where found: asleep 

Thanks Mom, Dad, Eddy, and Chris. 



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Matt Prout 

The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go 
beyond them. Prout, Prouty, Skippy... 'fro- wannabe, brown 
eyes. .."Carlos Action", "This is pointless" of Happiness, Alfred, 
Cakefests, sports... Pet Peeves: Lifting with Tuccelli, driving 
people home, fun runs. ..Favorite People: M.C., H.K.P., J. P., 
M.M., E.A.O., SHYF... Where found: school store, family 
funmobile, outside. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Swi m ing 
3,4; NHS 3,4; School Store 4; Thanks M&D 



John Queally 

Women love silent men; 
they think they're always 
listening. Q, J.Q., Johnny Q 
... Silent but strong... "I 
mean it's awesome baby!" 
... Likes:The Q - Mobile, 
Led Zeppelin ... Pet 
Peeves: Thinking we'll 
never get a snow day ... 
Favorite People: Deirdre, 
Bloom, Peg, Sully, Jean ... 
Where found: 108 Parker 
St., Thayer/CVS, Basket- 
ball court. Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 4; Safe Rides 4 




Todd Rhinerson 


V^ 


Em free and I'm waiting for you to 
follow me. ..Sanchez Fudge, 


i,/JP% 


i ' 


Satan. .."You're all done!", " Oh, 


u jLt 


no!" Remembers: Not much. ..Utah 


w/Collins and Hugo, Art's House, 


V^fl A 


Dodd, Cape w/J.C, M.R., Good 


W ^^jJ 


Friday, Powderpuff, Shrooms 


fBLiiWl 


Favorite People: J.C., A.F., M.R., 


and the Brother Hood. ..Pet Peeves: 


I ^^\A 


Matches, imitations of deaf people. 


1 EimP 


Rusty & Co., Seeds, Haircuts... 


k/ jKs 


Where found:Mike's house. Cliffs, 




Youlden's, J.C.'s homestead, Kara F. 


's, out w/C.C. Oh! And I 


also remember Art's condo w/ C.S., D.L., A.F..My ears are 


bleeding, my ears are bleeding!... Ha! 


Ha! Ha! 



Judy Rich 

The people who influence you are 
people who believe in you. ..Judy, 
Big Nuddy, Nutty, JB... Blond 
hair, green eyes. .."Mrs. Dhosi", 
"You're crazy", "Any body want 
a peanut", "Yo ho", "Freeze my 
brain", "On, on head", 'Ho 
Ho".. .Likes: Arty's Parties, 
Florida, Falmouth, meat book, 
Soccer, MOE. ski trip, Rico... 
Favorite People: K.S., Liz, T.M., 
S.K., H.G.,C.C, K.C..P.C, 
N.M., M.J., S.H., J.L., M.L., S.P., 
B.R... Where found: L.B.'s house, 
Cliffs, in J. Rich, Hootenannying. 
capt 4; Thanks Mom and Dad. 




Soccer 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3, 



Debbie Ringel 

Though it's stormy now, I feel 

safe within 

the arms of love's discovery. 

Deb, Debbie, Ding..."Ouestion!", 

"No, a car did not run over my 

foot!".. .Likes: the Beast, the 

Dude Magnet, Indigo Girls, 

chocolate babies, drama.. .Pet 

Peeves: Power trips, layouts, 

focusing in GP, Big Bertha of 

Chemistry, cold steering 

wheels. ..Favorite People: E.M., M.B., Jeet, N.L., M.S. ... Where 

found: room 153, the Yearbook room, the Beast, under a car 

tire. Tennis 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,3,4; Green Years 4; NHS 3.4; 

Thanks Mom and Dad! Good luck Class of '92! 




Deirdre Roach 

It's better to laugh and forget than 

forget to laugh. Dee, 

Deetree... brown hair, blue eyes ... 

"Wah", "Not", "Easy".. .Likes: 

Singing at Unc!e Craig's, U2, SNL, 

Dee Brown, 7ms, mozz sticks, 

Ireland. ..Pet Peeves: taking the bus, 

rude waitresses, call waiting, 

sunburns. ..Fav People: John, Peg, 

Alicia, Jean, CB and LS, Chip, Fuff, 

Colin... Where found: Thayer/CVS, 

135 Arcadia, b-ball games, 

Friendly 's, Newport. Key Club 

1,2,3, Secy 4; Saferides 3,4; SHH4; Green Years 4. Thanx 

MDEASBC! 




Jamie Rooney 

Grain which any fool can 

eat but for which the Lord 

intended a more divine 

means of consumption. Let 

us give praise to our Maker 

and glory to His bounty by 

Learning about beer. Jim, 

Jamie, Roon, 

Fordman... Don't mess with 

the best, screaming. ..Likes: 

my '65 mustang, Rte 1 runs 

at 1:40 with Matty, B, 

cruising late summer nights behind MK, D in stang, parties, 

girls.. .LW, B, Tofa, Babes, TM. Matty MM, SD, CL, MD, and 

my baby and the rest of the bad boys you know who you are 




Brad Rutan 

And in the end on dreams we will 
depend 'cause that's what love is made 
of. -VH Roo, Goose, 
Rod.. .mumbling. .."Shut up 
Duff '...Good: USA, EGDC, Dog 
pound, New Year's Eve '92, Hydration, 
U292, Puppy, 6/8/91, JB, SHYF, 
Raynham, Jeep, Masement, Rusty, 
ARIZONA, Ashby, Silver Lake, Nissa, 
Doctor, AO, No Top, Bickfords, 
REPEAT, No wind w/CJM, Mom, Dad, Jen. 
repeating myself, no gas, A.D.S, Bottlecaps, 
WHO HAVE TOUCHED MY LIFE, 
THANKS! KEEP IN TOUCH. 
B-Ball 2; Baseball 3,4; NHS 3,4 




.Bad: Jump starts, 
BILLY. TO ALL 



Lynn Santopietro 

The days of our youth are the 

days of our glory. Thanks: 

Diane, Laurie, Jen C, Jen B, 

Alysia, Jean, Liz, Alicia, 

Deirdre, and Christian-- A 

lifetime is not too long to live as 

friends. Moments come and go 

but memories last forever— For 

Just a Moment, JB's sleepovers. 

slow lane, spats with D.O., Oh 

what a night, tennis talks, girls 

night out F.H., Beanies, Bio 

Buddies-Prudent, Mini egges, 

D'Angelos, Bertucci's, Summer Lovin, Gap Goodbye means 

wanting to say so much and being able to say so little. 




Kurt Schliemann 

Success is only limited by 

desire. Good: The Demons, 

Milan's posse, 128 to 24, 

Hoosiers!, Dawg pound, DC, 

Fletch, Bob Knight, the Boys, 

Erica, Miss Bolles, Pender, U2 

92, dollar drop, St. Joes's- 

twice, New Year's 91-92, 

6'9", GOD SAVE THE 

OUEEN, "Buckwheat has 

been shot." 3-20-91. ..B-Ball, 

Hoop, Football: 1,2,3,4. Bad: 

hat tags, red barns, bimbos, WZOU, "Billy", 1 1-28-91, mud, 

Duff's gas, Sam, public restrooms, desk notes. ..Guys:The best 

is yet to come: Good Luck - Thanks. Mom, Dad, and my dog-I 

love you. 




Laurie Schreiber 

Once in a while you should stop 

in your pursuit of happiness and 

just be happy — Lou. ..How Rude!, 

Can I just tell you?, UCH! 

Physics rumor w/LN & JC, 

Boston trips, the Rose, red crush 

w/trio, slow lane. ..Pet Peeves: 

Jen's driving, Andy at lunch, Di's 

apologies, Monique, Alysia's 

movies, putting up w/Rob, Calc & 

guys in it, LauRRa...Fav People: 

The Jens, Di, Leash, Lynn, Alicia, 

Sarah, Jess, EAO.. .Where 

found:Jen's house, PAPAS, the Cressida...What appears to be 

the end may be a new beginning. Thanks Mom and Dad. 




Erin Sheehan 

Love the earth and animals, 

stand up for the stupid and the 

crazy, re-examine all you've 

been told, know and be true to 

yourself, dismiss what insults 

your soul, and your very flesh 

shall be a great poem. Ernie, 

Magenta. ..It's Vinnie's fault, 

hengh, Volvo, it's a racial 

thing, Jane says. ..bobs, limbo, 

mutants, P-TOWN, aquarium, 

logan, cookie apple crisp, Lolla-P, Jane, C.P., Arom, Asad, C.J., 

L.B. ...Where Found: Boston, Convenient, home. ..Death to 

prejudice, conforming, Westwood, token machines, 

L. Lunch. ..Ecofacist, Amnesty. 




Kristine Ann Sivacek 

"I get by with a little help from my 

friends." Steenie, Babes, Kris. ..short 

& moody. .."Where's Topher?", "Hey 

Babes!", "What? I CAN'T SEE!", 

"it's like butta!"... Likes: Led Zep, 

the Doors, 'summer nights and my 

radio' (90-91), the 60's, late-nite 

talks with Sue, The BB's...Fav 

People: Chris, Jim, B, Sandra, Tony, 

The Geek, Wilma, Chris, Achilles, 

Ted, Higgs, Judy, KC, PR, LA, MM - 

the rest of you know who you 

are... Where found: west wing, my 

basement. ..Cheerleading 3,4; SADD 4; Ecolibrium 4; Thanks 

Mom, Dad, and Sue. 




John Smith 

Break on through. Smitty, John, 

Rhon Horn ..."Fdugusch", 

"Whorge", "Hello", 

"Farthignugent"... Likes: 

Sports, Music, Chinese food for 

lunch, Zeppelin, Italy, Fun 

Things, Birds. ..Pet Peeves: 

Mike W, Thanksgiving, things 

that are not fun, when the birds 

fly south. ..Favorite People: 

CD., Davids, Chris, Dafit, 

Rhon Horn, AJ, Tretwhore, 

Schlee, Duff, Jimi... Where Found: Jammin', deserted, Peking; 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; CYO 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 






Julie Struzziery 

What lies behind us is nothing 

compared to what lies within us. 

Ke!ly:Bozo, Prom, O what a 

Night, 19x, Tufts, Coma, St. 

Sebs Boys, I Remember you, 3 

day coma, Hankbank, BFH- 

Kelly, You're the best! Gdlk 

NCDS: KESM MKJM STJS 

JDMZ. Anne: Hull, Bass, AV, 

Dennis, The real is, Front door, 

car, JS, Harvard Loser, Ed, Ranch, StayClose! Love Ya! Peter: 

We're still having fun and you're still the one. Mom and Dad: I 

couldn't have made it w/out you. Josh: I found a friend and a 

brother in you. Jay:The only way is up. Thnx-Bunk & Non. 

Tara, Slap, Maria, CM, SD! Gdlk WHS '9Z. MBCM-GL. 




Mark Christopher 

Sullivan 

They may say, "Those were the 

days...", but in a way, you know 

for us these are the days. Sully, 

Gilbert. .."You're a dog!". ..Likes: 

Uof A.4X 100, ZLX, the kid 

who laughs at Schlee, LN's 

shoes, St. Patty's Day Garden 

Party, WHS Hoosiers, the dog, 

Springfield, J26...Pet Peeves: "0" 

at lunch, Calc. .Favorite people: 

Everyone! esp. Milan's Posse (BR, KS, DB), LN (je t'aime!). 

Mom and Dad — Thanks for everything! B-ball 1,2,3,4; Track 

2,3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; FHS 2.3.4. 




Mark Richard Sullivan 

If you choose not to decide, you 

still have made a choice. 

Ques...see photo... "Shake it 

easy"...Likes:Tilting the head 

w/Bros., #69, Led Zep, Rush, 

Sleep, Barrels, B-Hood, Golf, 

Derger, Hits, Arty's party, 

Feeds Montreal '92. ...Pet 

Peeves: LMB's, Koob, Blues, 

"Kwoz", Holliston... Favorite 

People: Jimbo, Bo, Phlib, 

Lenny, Chuck, Art, Fro, Sarge, Bloom, Sull, Sisterhood and 

the rest of the Brothers... Where found: Wimb.109, Bo's, BK, 

Ponky, DCPC (on Mondays), Len's or Chuck's basement. 

Tennis 1,2,3, capt 4; Football 4; Thanks Mom and Dad. 




Cristine Swanson 

A true friend is one who thinks 

you're a good egg even though 

you're slightly cracked. "Hee 

hee"... Likes: Bridgewater wknd, 

D-games, Officer McCarthy, 

Winddrift 91, Killington 

Romances, headwreckers, 

J.Demsy, FL # 92, Breakfast 

Club, BA92... Dislikes: Ride 

home from BSC, GNR's 

concert, guiet game, early 

nights, Late HR, getting 

caught. ..Found:on the slopes, cutlass, KC's kitchen, 

Westfield.-.Friends: Kraig, KC2, JC, SM, DD, BR, KJ, George 

the Waiter and the rest of 92. ..Till we meet again, thanx. I luv 

u M&T and Family. 




Tredda 

Once you're gone you can never 
come back, when you're out of the 
blue and into the black... 
Tredda... "What's up?", 'Sajiwe', 
"Whorge"... Likes: Psychedelics, 
Weird music, cup cup, parties, 
insane Boredom, Dance music, 
school coffee. ..Friends: AJ, Collia, 
Art, Kav, Smit, Sheer, Ork, King, 
Retardy Roily, Bub, Spew, Oues, 
Brotherhood, Accounting family, 
Rye, the rest. ..where found: Cliffs, 
around, in another world, playing pool 
Sargeant B. 




.Hockey 3; Track 4; 



Carey Vose 

What good is a used up world 

and how could it be worth 

having? Sting Vose Mouth 

Gross Mouth, Choney, Rose... 

Fro Chic, Earman, Crazy 

Coat.. .Bonding Buds: Pam, 

Stenny, Embolism, and a 

plethera of others. "Friendship 

is the pasture that love feeds 

on." Loves: R.B., a smile, 

fudge, sunny, spring days, deep and spiritual talks, sugarloaf 

'92, hoodie4x>odie, hiyavana, ecolibrium, J.L., SHYF, TX 

Mom and Poncho. I listen to the wind of my soul, where I'll 

end up, I think only God really know. Cat S. 




Brad Weiner 

'Do not follow where the path 

may lead. Go instead where 

there is no path and leave a 

trail' Brad ... brown eyes, dark 

hair ... "Wow!", "That's 

sweet!" ... Likes: Chinese 

food, tennis, music, juggling, 

skiing ... Pet Peeves: politically 

correct people, NP deadlines ... 

Favorite People: H.P., R.K., 

M.P., C.B., LP. ... Where 

found: tennis courts, the boat. 

Tennis Team 1,2,3,4; No 

Parentheses 2,3,4: NHS 3,4; SafeRides 3,4; Yearbook Photo^ 

rapher 4. 









In Loving Memory Of Mr. Calvin D. Topalian 




To honor the memory of 
Mr. Calvin A. Topalian 

teacher of Physics 
friend and colleague 



He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often, and loved much, who has gained 
the respect of intelligent men and the love of little children, who has filled his niche and accom- 
plished his task, who has left the world better than he found it. 

Cal Topalian left the world better than he found it. As I thought of Cal, I looked at my hand and I 
saw him as husband, father, son, friend, and teacher. He achieved a profound success in each of 
these roles. It is in his role as teacher that I wish to pay him tribute today. I believe that his life, his 
influence, and his memory touch all of us here and many who are not here today. He was a man 
who made a difference. He walked the halls of Westwood High School and put his unique stamp on 
all that he did, all that he touched. His presence in the classroom was one of warmth and humor. 
He had his own style- he always tried to link learning with fun. He knew that students who could find 
physics fun would become lifelong learners. He did indeed gain the respect of intelligent men. His 
students knew the value of understanding a difficult concept, but they also knew while the subject 
matter should be taken seriously, there was no need to take themselves or their teacher too 
seriously. Laughter was his trademark. He made learning fun. He knew where learning became fun - 
then this knowledge opened the doors of success. As one of his students said "The thing I'll 
remember most about physics is Mr Topalian s impersonations." He entertained as he taught. He 
brought his own collection of toys to the classroom - the most memorable perhaps was a scruffy lit- 
tle bear - 

The bear, his pet, was used to demonstrate the "center of gravity"; it was once abducted. 
Ransom notes were sent for the return of his pet. All of you know he blamed me for the bearnap- 
ping. I was as innocent as the driven snow. The bear was ultimately returned and gravity was once 
more saved for the universe. 

Boy, when he demonstrated centripetal force - he used a bucket practically filled with water. The 
experiment was a roaring success, the floor was washed, the concept clarified and a new key to 
learning was achieved. 

The dedication of the 1986 "Green Years" was a personal high point for Cal. Quoting from it, I 
can say that the students saw him as both a trusted and loyal friend. There is nothing more that stu- 
dents can say about a teacher. 

I was sitting in Phil Flaherty's, the principal of the high school, office the other day. He said I 
quote, "Yes, we can get another physics teacher, but never another Cal." 

In closing 1 would like to quote from one of William Shakespeare's plays Julius Ceasar - Mark 
Antony's famous funeral speech in which he was talking about Caesar. 

"There was a man - when will come such another!" 

Yes - there was a teacher - when comes such another! 

- Mr. Donald Beurman 




"Always giving more of yourself than 
necessary, you added warmth to the 
classroom by making us unafraid to ap- 
proach a challenge, eager to attack a 
problem. You were always there to lend 
support and reassure us of our strengths 
and abilities. Both in and out of the class- 
room, you provided us with guidance and 
with a new perspective — you became for 
us, a trusted and loyal friend." 



"IT IS THE SUPREME ART OF 
THE TEACHER TO AWAKEN JOY 
IN CREATIVE EXPRESSION AND 
KNOWLEDGE.'' 




Teacher At Westwood High School 1971-1992 



169 



SENIOR BARBECUE 



The first senior class event of the year 
was a tremendous success. It was the 
perfect autumn day for the senior class 
barbecue. As we sat and ate on the 
track, Powder Puff teams finished up 
their game plans. After the meal, we 
made our way on to the field. Seniors 
made their first senior event of the year 
one of the best. 




POWDER PUFF 




The early afternoon October air wa 
filled with anticipation. Schliemann's 
Demons, rial's botorious Gals, Smit- 
ty's Kiddies, and Duff's Dirty Devils 
were out to pulverize Coach Cal's 
team. Ofcourse, the girls were victori- 
ous in this gruelling challenge, thanks 
to clever coaching strategies and the 
refereeipg of Mr. Relleva. Two long 
weeks of intense practices paid off; 
the girls became football experts. 
Coach Cal's team put on a good show 
but it wasn't enough to beat the dead- 
ly defense and offense of the girls. 
However, halftime was perhaps the 
most amusing part of the game. Shav- 
ing cream was sprayed, eggs were 
thrown, and people were tackled. The 
Powder Puff game was yet another 
highlight of our senior year. 





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SENIOR BANQUET 



"Memories of Yesterday 
Dreams of Tomorrow" 

The SeTriibr Class participated in yet another memora- 
ble event. We spent the evening thanking teachers, re- 
flecting on the past, and looking ahead to the future, faiss 
Francessa Trisorio, Mr. David Walsh, and Mr. Russell, 
Downes, retiring teachers received standing ovations as 
we showed our appreciation for their years of dedication 
and friendship. Seniors were recognized, in various cate- 
gories as the infamous Senior Superlatives were an- 
nounced. "Novel Quest" was extremely successful in 
uniting the class. Each table was given a rujmper and Dr. 
Qearon announced various tasks. It was a scavenger 
hunt within the cafeteria. The night erittgd with a slide 
show of the way we used to be. We all enjoyed laughing 
at baby pictures. The senior class banquet helped us 
relive memories and create new ones. 





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Most Athletic Most Sincere Done Most Tor Class 

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Denis Desmond Alicia Hamwey Arthur Fryar 



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Emily Moore Andy Owens 











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Norman Liljestrand 
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Best Hair 

Jane Lee 
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Best Eyes 

Rick Johnston Camille Papp 



Most Artistic 

Carey Vose 
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Most Creative 

Kristine Sivacek Bryan Molloy 




Most Likely To Bet On A Game 

Andy Qozzo Qwen Dreyer 



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Kurt Schliemann Stacey Doyle 



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BEACH TRIP 



The Senior Class traveled to Crane 
Beach this spring for the annual beach trip, 
and for the first time in years, the weather 
was perfect. Between the three catered 
meals, students played volleyball, walked 
along the beach, and a few even dared the 
frigid water. At the end of the day, despite 
sunburns and windblown hair, everyone 
was reluctant to head back to beachless 
Westwood. 











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At the beginning of the night, stu- 
dents enjoyed a cafeteria style dinner 
with friends and family. Following din- 
ner, parents smiled as they watched 
the Class of 1992 march into the gym- 
nasium for Class night. Students, at 
this time, received awards based bn 
numerous different categories includ- 
ing scholarship, athletics, leadership, 
service, and character. The ceremony 
came to a conclusion with the dedica- 
tion of Green Years 1992 to Mr. James 
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PROM 



On May 15, 1992, the Junior-Senior 
prom was held at the Sheraton Tara Motel 
in Braintree. All those who attended ar- 
rived elegantly dressed as they made their 
way towards the dance floor to join the 
court in dancing to the theme song "Forev- 
er." Diane Costello was crowned prom 
queen with Stacey Doyle, Kerry Coleman, 
Jennifer Connors, and Betty Herard on her 
court. Junior court members were Tricia 
Higgins, Kathy Walencis, Joy Howland, and 
Wendy Rowe. We would like to thank Mr. 
Edward Baker and the prom committee for 
one of the most successful proms in 
Westwood High School history. 





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Family and friends watched in quiet antici- 
pation as the colorful graduates and faculty 
marched toward the field. The ceremony 
opened with a farewell speech by the retiring 
Mr. Russell Downes. Following this farewell, 
the students were all touched by Chris Blom- 
quist's words of friendship and appreciation, 
as well as Norman Liljestrand's words of in- 
spiration and motivation. Everyone eagerly 
waited for the presentation of awards and 
scholarships. With the last beat of the bass 
drum, the Class of 1992 became graduates. 







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CLASS HISTORY 



FRESHMAN YEAR 

In September 1988, the Class of 1992 stepped off 
those ugly yellow buses and entered Westwood High for 
the first time as freshmen. Some students were fearful of 
what might lay ahead for them in the next four years and 
others were uncertain if they would survive until gradua- 
tion. 

Well, we obviously did but not without many trials and 
tribulations: getting lost or being sent in the wrong direc- 
tion, loads of homework, "forbidden" freshman initia- 
tions and study halls. While we were trying to cope with 
our courses and poor freshman status, the Class of 1992 
became very involved in athletics. Even with grueling 
double sessions, we were not all fully prepared for the 
commitment required to sports. Though a few students 
had the talent to make the varsity teams, the majority of 
students participated on the junior varsity level. 
Throughout the year, the athletic teams maintained win- 
ning seasons. In the fall, the football team travelled to 
Boston University, where they won the Superbowl. In the 
winter, the Girls' Basketball Team captured the Tri-Valley 
League title once again. In the spring, the Girls' Tennis 
Team were Tri-Valley League champions, continuing the 
success of Westwood teams. 

In clubs and activities, the Class of 1992 was well rep- 
resented. Student Council continued its service to the 
school, while Key Club served the community. The 
Marching Band was great this year, finishing third in 
NESBA finals. Even a few members of the Class of 1992 
made their acting debut in the drama performance of 
The Boyfriend." 

As the year began to come to an end, the freshman 
class was confronted with final exams and achievement 
tests. The Class of 1992 endured these tests realizing 
summer vacation would soon be here. 

All in all, freshman year was a decent year. We survived 
one year of high school and, most importantly, we were 
finally sophomores. 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 

In September of 1989, the Class of 1992 returned to 
Westwood High with a positive attitude. Though we were 
still underclassmen, we were no longer freshmen. We 
were finally sophomores! 



Academically, the Class of 1992 continued to excell. In 
all subjects, students worked hard to grasp a greater 
span of knowledge. A few students were even challenged 
by their first AP course, European History taught by Mr. 
Brown. 

In athletics, the Class of 1992 contributed much talent 
to the varsity teams. The football team continued their 
tradition with another winning season. The soccer teams 
and field hockey team also fared well. Once again, the 
Girls' Basketball Team captured the Tri-Valley League 
title. In the spring, the baseball and tennis teams ended 
the athletic year on a winning note. But let us not forget 
the incredible success of the Boys' Basketball Team. 

While certain students participated in athletics, other 
students made their contribution in clubs and activities. 
The Student Council initiated numerous programs this 
year. The Homeless Program sought to teach students of 
the problems around them. In the spring. Student Coun- 
cil ran a week during which students competed on differ- 
ent color teams. Teams earned points when students 
attended the different events: volleyball, a dance and the 
faculty-student basketball game. While the Student 
Council and other groups, such as SADD and Safe Rides 
worked hard inside the school, the Key Club continued 
its service to the community. 

This year, the Music Department and Drama Club were 
very successful. Furthermore, the Marching Band placed 
fourth in NESBA finals. In the spring, the Drama Club 
held a variety show that was enjoyed by all who attended. 

In May and June, as the academic year came to an end, 
the Class of 1992 endured finals, achievement tests and 
our first AP exams. Finally, summer vacation had arrived. 

However, before we departed, we had to bid farewell to 
two great years. This year, Miss Priscilla Congdon, after 
numerous years in the history department retired - We 
have missed her. We also had to say goodbye to Miss 
Judith Bolles, who passed away during the year. She was 
a great teacher and is missed by all who knew her. 

With the arrival of summer, the Class of 1992 rejoiced. 
We were finally upperclassmen! 

JUNIOR YEAR 

This was to be our most important year, or so the 
teachers told us. We began our junior year with new 



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upperclassman attitudes and the realization that this 
year would not be easy. Our ever faithful president Chris 
Blomquist, hard working vice-president Alysia Ordway, 
trusty treasurer Mike Cafarella, and dedicated secretary 
Sue Hart led the way as the Class of '92 began another 
year at Westwood High School. 

From day one we were told about the SAT's, grades, 
the college search, and the importance of hard work. 
With this in mind, we began our preparation for the "real 
world.'' 

Despite initial setbacks such as flooded hallways, the 
Class of '92, of course, came out on top. Academically, 
we had dozens of students enrolled in A. P. U.S. History 
with the memorable Mr. Wright. The national Honor Soci- 
ety inducted some of the best and brightest, and our 
class continued to be one of the most highly thought of 
classes ever to pass through Westwood High School. 

It was also a year of extra-curricular prosperity as vari- 
ous clubs and athletic teams thrived on excellence. The 
football team, girls' basketball team, and the golf team 
were each named Tri-Valley League Champions. And, of 
course, how could we ever forget Westwood High 
Schools 1991 Division 111 State Champion Hockey team. 

'Legacy'' was formed and in its first year captured a 
first place riew England title. In the music and art world, 
the second annual Arts Festival and Amnesty Interna- 
tional's "Battle of the Bands'' were both quite successful 
in exhibiting Westwood High's creativity and diversity. 

We were faced with some small mishaps: revised short 
Wednesdays, course selection, SAT's, A. P. exams, 
achievement tests, term papers, and a loss to Holliston 
at the Thanksgiving Day game. But we got through it all. 
We even made it through Oral English. Junior year wasn't 
all that bad. 

As the busy year drew to a close, we realized school 
could only get better. After all, senior year was guaran- 
teed to be an improvement. We left relieved that the 
constant pressure and work were temporarily over and 
knowing we made it through our junior year with a lot to 
be proud of. It all seems so long ago. 

SENIOR YEAR 

So this was it. This was to be our last year of public 
education in the Westwood school system. We went in 
with a positive attitude, knowing this year would be our 
best yet thanks to the able leadership of President Chris 
Bloomquist, Vice President Alysia Ordway, Treasurer 
Mike Cafarella, and Secretary Sue Hart. There is much to 
be remembered. 

Academically, the Class of 1992 continued to excel. 
Immediately, we had to cope with the college process: 
college junk mail, guidance appointments, interviews, 
tours, stamps, deadlines, recommendations, army re- 
cruiters, and so much more. With all these pressures still 
lingering overhead, we managed to maintain high aca- 



demic standards. However, teachers and students could 
smell a hint of senioritis in the air. 

Despite a few heartbreaking defeats, the Westwood 
athletes still came out on top. The football team had a 
great season with a record of 9-1 while the Girls' Swim 
Team won the South Sectionals. The Girls' Basketball 
team maintained a high tradition of excellence traveling 
all the way to the Boston Garden. The baseball team won 
the Tri-Valley League and continued their play in the post 
season. But let us not forget the Boys' Hockey Team 
which was Division 3 State champions for the second 
year in a row. 

While some students excelled outside in athletics, oth- 
er students in the school continued to make their mark 
on the community through various clubs and activities. 
This year, the Human Rights Squad was created to help 
ease any racial tensions. Ecolibrium, also formed this 
year, sought to make students aware of the growing envi- 
ronmental problems. Governance worked hard all year 
to develop a new constitution that was passed in the 
spring. The Music Department had another successful 
year ending with a trip to new York City. In its second 
year, Legacy captured second place at the new England 
finals. With all the activities going on, senioritis quietly 
crept into the school. 

Throughout all our varied activities, we managed to 
have a few memorable senior events. Early in the fall 
when the leaves fell, so did the boys. The girls were 
victorious in the Powder Puff game that followed the 
senior barbeque. Class spirit was high during the Green 
Pride and Spring Fling weeks. The Junior-Senior Prom 
was one of the best in years, creating new memories for 
all who attended. Keeping with the fun, the Senior Ban- 
quet was anything but typical. We acknowledged the re- 
tirement of three dedicated teachers: Miss Fancesca Tri- 
sorio, Mr. David Walsh, and Mr. Russell Downes. We 
listened attentively as the infamous senior superlatives 
were awarded, laughed while playing novel quest, and 
smiled as we reflected on the past through the baby 
picture slide show. The beach trip was well attended and 
enjoyed by all. At this time, senioritis was in full swing. 

As we, the Class of 1992, end one phase of our life and 
begin another, the memories and friendships created 
here will never leave our hearts. We would like to thank 
all of you who have made these past four years so 
special. 



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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF 1992 



LAST WILL AMD TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF 1992 

We, the members of the Class of 1992 of Westwood High 
School, Westwood, Massachusetts, county of Norfolk, 
make this will and revoke all previous wills and codicils. 

FIRST 
We leave to the Class of 1993 all those college applica- 
tions and interviews and a year of "sanity" and "reckless 
living.'' 

SECOND 
We leave to the Class of 1994 the Junior/Senior Prom and 
their new identity of being upperclassmen. 

THIRD 
We leave to the Class of 1995 to their own sophomoric 
behavior. 

FOURTH 
We leave to the Class of 1996 a handbook detailing prop- 
er behavior and specific instructions for getting off to a 
great start at WHS. 

I, Dave Angelicchio, leave to Mark Paster The Legend of the 
Aardvark. 

I, Chris Aylward, leave to my friends still stuck in this hole a 
couple of good times and a lot of trouble. 
I, Chris Balliro, leave to Keith Qorgone my 50 extra credits so he 
can graduate, too. 

I, Jen Barsamian, leave to Jess Barsamian the ability to deal with 
Mom & Dad for another 2 years. 

I, Chris Barucci, leave to Dan Dobra my feet and a "Passa Fess" 
on me. 

I, A.J. Bealieu, leave to Dave Cronin and John Collins control of 
the Cliffs and a bowl full of laughs. 

I, Heather Black, leave to Rebecca Burk the skill to perfect the art 
of procrastination. All the guys who are NBE of is it NBA? 
I, Elizabeth Brady leave to Donna - a good man. 
1, Chris Burgess, leave to the Cross Country team a winning 
season, throngs of fans, respect from your classmates, and the 
official Cross Country toothbrush. 

I, Scott Butters, leave to my brother Steve the heart, dedication 
and the will to win two State Championships in a row. 
I, Mike Cafarella, leave to my brother Pete all the great volumes 
of hair that have served me so well for so many years. 
I, Jim Caruso, leave to Ms. Tosca a date with James Sokolof or 
myself. 

I, Erin Chipley, leave to both my guards courage to deal with the 
instructors and determination to make the Legacy continue. 
I, Kerry Coleman, leave to Jean Ladouceur many memories 
good and bad, a window scraper, my role as chauffeur to SRS, 
and a good strong piece of hardware. 

I, Brian Conley, leave to school the opportunity, through conver- 
sation of an unprecedented harmony, between thought and ac- 
ceptance. 

I, Dave Collier (Fudge), leave to Fudgie the strength to endure, 
and for you and your crew, the infamous CLIFFS. Party on. 
I, Jennifer Conley, leave to Theresa Conley a pack of gum, a 
great senior year, and college applications. 
L Jennifer Connors, leave to Veronica Qozzo the responsibility of 
controlling Westwood High's addicted gamblers with our anony- 
mous questionnaire. 

I, Jean Corcoran, leave to Laura, my inspiration, flowahs, Cool 
Ranch Doritos, a can of Pepsi, the last dance, and my keys. 



I, Diane Costello, leave to Jessica Barsamian her step on th' I 

staircase, plenty of advice, loads of tapes and poems, her jeans I 

and tons of hugs!! 

1, Darlene Creavin leave it up to Maria Dowd to pick up where 

left off. Good Luck, Chica! 

I, Karin Croke, leave to Matt Pelligrini all my freeblocks and m 

spot in the hallway. 

1, Carrie Crossland, leave to Kristine Farren, a.k.a. rebel, n 

common sense. 

I, Jenifer Crouse, leave to Christy Kiriacopolous the license c 

Ana Teresa Hernandez and an eyebrow pencil. Good Luck! 

I, Denis Desmond, leave to Matt Pelligrini my address at Bridge 

water so he might have a fun senior year. 

I, Sandra DiMartino, leave to Tony Mallios all of the Westwooi | 

snobs and all of the roads to get lost on. 

I, Cara Donlon, leave to all my family many thanks for thei 

support and encouragement. 

I, Michael Dowd, leave to underclassmen on the tennis team th 

force and determination to pummel D.S. for years to come. 

1, Stacey Doyle, leave to Christy the silver bullet; to Kerry, fre 

roam of my closet; to Jamie, a clean diaper; to my parents, a sigl 

of relief. 

I, Gwen Dreyer, leave and I ain't never coming back! 

I, Duff, leave to Tedo two strokes a side — you'll need em. 

I, Denise Farren, leave to the Sophomore girls "Rico'' and som 

"Chairs'' to put in their hair. 

I, Arthur T. Fryar, leave to Rollins the keys to the mecca, a luck 

charm and a Queen tape. 

I, Victor Ganson, leave to my brother George my honorary merr 

bership in the French NHS, since Nick will get in on his owr 

(hopefully George will, too.) 

I, Amy Gibbons, leave to Rania Awde the sanity you never too 

from me. I'm gonna miss ya Spaz! 

I, Andy Gozzo, leave to Elio and Matty my locker, so they can sc 

up a Raynham-Taunton Dog Track Shrine. 

I, Daniel Griffin, leave to the future classes of WHS the traditioi 

of the phantom. 

1, Pamela Griffin, leave to Eileen Neville an assortment of anime 

noises, the right to leave her music wherever she wants to, 

purpu appu, and the legacy of the back row. 

I, John Guerini, leave a Vinnie Babarino the monster tools. 

I, Alicia Hamwey, leave to Laura Corcoran the last dance an 

flowahs! 

I, Jen Harrington, leave to Ken Carter a body guard to protec 

him from any fatal attractions he may encounter. 

I, Susan Hart, leave to Theresa Conley an all out hurdling rac 

on New Year's Eve 1992 and the nickname "Buddy '. 

I, Mark Allen Haverty, leave to the school Shaw's brand Ginge 

Ale, that great tasting drink loved by millions. 

1, Thomas Hennigan, leave to future hurdlers: the school hurdl 

record that has stayed the same since 1 got here. 

I, Betty Herard, leave to Shirelle Jefferson the memories, that I' 

cherish forever. 1 miss you and love you. Good luck and GO' 

Bless! 

I, Shawna Hoban, leave to Siobhan and Bettie my lifetime sut 

scription to TV Guide and my remote control. Oh, yeah, and m 

penny wrappers. 

I, Julie Hunter, leave to Shiva Aliabadi a good stroll, a smile, A> 

Rose's body, and an Otis Spunkmeyer cookies. 

I, David Hurvitz, leave to the Class of '92 a quote: "Point th 

finger, slow to understand, arrogance and ignorance go hand i 

hand ..." 

I, Shirelle Jefferson, leave to the Metco underclassmen long bu 



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ides and waking up at 5:00 am (HA HA HA) Nosa, good luck in 
( :he future. 

I, Rick Johnston, leave to the Hockey Team: the Dynasty; the 
rmemories of the causeway waltz; add to the Girls B-Ball Team- 
ipood Luck (Sweet memories never fade!) 
I, Stephanie Jones, leave to Emily, Carey, and Pam permission 
to call me istabona. 

I, Meg Kelley, leave to Siobhan & Nola some common sense and 
3the word "No!" 

II, Nola Kelley, leave to Shawna 'Let me tell you one thing . . . ", 
iMeg & Laura sx at lunch, Dona "Dink a B", Sherie "Hi, I'm a wide 
[mouth frog ", myself peace at Stone Street. 

|l, Rick Kranz, leave to Jay Resha a book on how to drive a Jaguar 

land one on how to pick up girls his own age! To Steve: McFood. 

jTo Amy: Luck. 

II, Dave Leary, leave to the administrators a request that the 

{library become a place of study rather than a grazing area for 

social parasites. 

U, Jane Lee, leave to Mr. Burke a couple of jars and some toeless 

mice. 

H, Sean Libbey, leave to Dan Dobra the track toothbrush and a 

jlegacy of good oral hygiene. 

H, Meridith Liddell, leave to Christie, Kerry and Jenny . . . Oh what 

p night! 

I, Norman Liljestrand, leave to Miss Dillon the "Class of 1992" 

Icollection of books acquired over time and waiting for her in 

ilocker 151. 

I, Julie Lowe, leave to Laurie Nalbanian my efficient alarm clock, 

la book on common sense, and a new laugh. 

Q, Tanya Lynch, leave to my brother David the ability to follow in 

|my footsteps. Good Luck! 

I, Nicole Maffeo, leave to Kristine Farren Boston Crusades and a 

^rebellious black leather jacket. 

il, Charlie Magri, leave to Scott a very lengthy tab in which I 

fintend to collect on one of these days. 

I, Kevin Mahoney, leave to all the teachers more good luck. (To 
ihave another student like me.) 

II, Julie S. Mao, leave to Becky F. Prout and the creatures of the 
(pasture the left eye of each male bom after 1957. 

I, Peter V. Marchetti, leave to Omar all of my left-over paper. 

II, Steven Mason, leave to the junior class exactly what they 
jdeserve-NOTHING! 

II, Michael Massaro, leave to the cross-country team, an industri- 
al size scroll and many more days of speedwork. 
[I, Charles Mattera, leave to Egga the chuckwagon with a cold 
case of MGD in the trunk; HAVE FUN! 

fl, Amy McCoy, leave to Whitney and Rona sunglasses so Darlene 
won't catch you again. 

I, Steven McDonough, leave to Sharfie Kazamiex my knowledge 
of how to win "Psycho-Call II." 

|1, Mike McFarlane, leave to my son El my most precious trea- 
sure — my power to dry heave. 

II, Lori McKenna, leave to Mr. G. all the spandex he can kick, a 
flying embolism, and a back row to laugh at his jokes. 

II, Cynthia McLaughlin, leave to Tara, my trips to Xaverian, & 

Sandra, my shopping sprees. 

I, Sarah Moody, leave to my sister, Mariah, the voices of Holly, 

the horse, and the teddy bear so she won't be lonely at night. 

Also, an AP course — do something with it! 

I, Emily Moore, leave to Eileen Neville and Nancy Santoro quad 

players from the King Philip Norwood Percussion Ensemble. 

I, Mark Nalbandian, leave to my sister, Laurie Nalbandian, the art 

iof tardiness. 

I, Lisa Nicholas, leave to the volleyball & Softball teams, winning 

seasons. 

I, Erin O'Brien, leave to Christy K. diamonds and pearls. 



I, Alysia, the gourmet, leave to Megan a lifetime supply of Camp- 
bell's soup with the big stars. 

I, Dave O'Rourke, leave to King my Arby's coupons and the dead 
guy in my locker. And to John Collins — official title of love sol- 
dier. 

1, Andy Owens, leave to Kurt T. and Pete C. one putrid orange 
ASAMERA OIL cap to be donned only on Summer Fridays when it 
snows carborators. 

I, Camille Papp, leave to Kimberly O'Donnell all the typical gold- 
en high school memories I didn't care enough to have. 
I, Jeff Patterson, leave to Julie Mao a lifetime appointment as 
president of the Junior Anarchists Club. 

I, Himanshu Patel, leave to the multitudes of Westwood youth 
the memory of knowing me. 

1, Stephen Philbin, leave to all underclassmen my words of wis- 
dom (see fav. sayings.) 

1, Aaron Piziali, leave to the reader and those yet to graduate, 
the power to create; your soul, life, the moment, art, your own 
mind and your own environment. To beast a clam. 
I, Peggy Pollak, leave to Ed Pollak and the Doogies a new idol 
since I unfortunately won't be here for you to look up to and 
admire. Good Luck, guys! 

I, Matthew Prout, leave to the soccer team a legacy of four years 
of losing. 

1, John Queally, leave to Chris Queally the privilege of driving 
the famed Q-Mobile. Have Fun! 

I, Todd Rhinerson, leave to John Collins organizational skills 
and some lucky charms to keep in his pack. 
I, Judy Rich, leave to Vicki Lehman locker 1421. 
I, Deborah Ringel, leave to Moira Brett a lifetime supply of 
scoops and flat tires. 

I, James I. Rooney, leave to the Bad Boys my stang and many 
more trouble making experiences and my convertible to Tony. 
I, Brad Rutan, leave to Kurt Tondorfmy tee-shirt, my jeans, my 
vengeance, the silhouette of my Jeep speeding to Virginia, and 
EVERYTHING 1 have that will help and guide you through life. 
Good Luck! 

I, Lynn Santopietro, leave to Nicole LeVangie my bedroom for 
those nights when she's stranded in Westwood. 
1, Kurt Schliemann, leave to Kurt Tondorf my fall-away jumper 
and Hoosier Pride. 

I, Laurie Schreiber, leave to Diane Costello and Alysia Ordway 
one more red-headed infatuation in college to meet your best 
friends. 

I, Erin Sheehan, leave to Asad & Mr. X a warm jacket for the next 
Bosstones show and copy of C & C's Pride in the Name of Love. 
I, Kristine Sivacek, leave to Sandra & Tony a booth at Friendly's 
w/our "usuals" and to the Geek, my hair styling tips. 
I, John Smith, leave to Rich Siggins a steamy five-bush. 
I, Melanie Stroh, leave to Mr. Hargreaves a paper punch; to Tony 
Mallios and Amy Mazzola, Ms. Conley. 

I, Sully, leave to Duff the exclusive right to use my name for any 
future "good dogs'' he may own. 

I, Mark R. Sullivan, leave to Carrie Beaumont all the driving skills 
available. You'll need them. 

1, Christine Swanson, leave to Karin Croke and Denis Desmond a 
bottle of water and two Guns N' Roses tickets so they can actually 
SEE the show. 

1, John Tretter, leave to Roily everything he lost, to King more 
patience and to Retardy brain cells! 

1, Carey Vose, leave to the chic click a whole Parish Hall of deep 
and spiritual guys for next year — Good luck, chics! 
1, Brad Weiner, leave to the boys' tennis team a lot of luck for the 
upcoming seasons. 



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11 Carey Vose 


15 Jane Lee 


4 Betty Merard 


8 Chris Aylward 


12 Himanchu Patel 


16 Dan Griffin 



196 




I Dave O'Rourke 
■ Emily Moore 

> Pam Griffin 

\ Lori McKenna 

> Aaron Piziali 



6 Stacey Doyle 

7 Norman Liljestrand 

8 Peggy Pollak 

9 Alicia Hamwey 
10 Shawna Hoban 



11 Mola Kelley 

12 Tom Hennigan 

13 Sean Libbey 

14 John Queally 

15 Liz Brady 



16 Mike Cafarella 

17 Andy Qozzo 

18 Arthur Fryar 

19 Chris Barucci 

20 Chris Lennon 



197 




1 Erin O'Brien 

2 Matt Beaumont 

3 Dave Collier 

4 Julie Lowe 

5 Carrie Crossland 



6 Shirelle Jefferson 

7 Diane Murphy 

8 Mark R. Sullivan 

9 Amy Gibbons 
10 Moira Brett 



11 Stephanie Jones 

12 Susan Hart 

13 Jim Caruso 

14 John Tretter 

15 Rick Kranz 



16 Melanie Stroh 

17 Sarah Moody 

18 Jeff Patterson 

19 Camille Papp 

20 Diane Costello 



198 



'.-"'•■'' 




1 Steve Philbin 

2 Cristine Swanson 

3 Meg Kelley 

4 John Guerini 

5 Kristine Sivacek 



6 Brad Weiner 

7 Mike Massaro 

8 Alysia Ordway 

9 Gwen Dreyer 
10 Rick Johnston 



11 Kathleen Coffey 

12 Chris Balliro 

13 Steve McDonough 

14 Shannon Keyes 

15 Lisa Micholas 



16 Mike Dowd 

17 Charlie Magri 

18 Dave Angelicchio 

19 Tanya Lynch 

20 Karin Croke 



199 







1 Sandra DiMartino 


7 Jen Crouse 


12 Kerry Coleman 


17. Men Liddell 


2 Kevin Mahoney 


8 Tricia Malloy 


13 John Smith 


18 Christine Grady 


3 Cindy McLaughlin 


9 Laurie Schreiber 


14 Heather Black 


19 Mike Carlson 


4 Deirdre Roach 


10 Mark C. Sullivan 


15 Laura Bradley 


20. Micole Maffeo 


5 Jen Conley 


11 Judy Rich 


16 Denise Farren 


21. David Leary 


6 Brad Rutan 








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FUTURE DESTINATIONS 



David Angelicchio 
Chris Aylward 
David Baggeroer 
Jennifer Barsamian 
Christopher Barucci 

A.J. Beaulieu 

Matthew Beaumont 
Heather Black 
Christopher Blomquist 
Laura Bradley 

Moira Brett 
Chris Burgess 
Scott Butters 
Michael Cafarella 
Michael Carlson 

Erin Chipley 
Kathleen Coffey 
Kerry Coleman 
David Collier 

Jennifer Conley 
Jennifer Connors 
Jean Corcoran 
Diane Costello 
Ryan Creasi 
Darlene Creavin 
Karin Croke 

Carrie Crossland 

Jennifer Crouse 
Brian Cummings 

Denis Desmond 
Sandra DiMartino 
Cara Donlon 
Michael Dowd 
Stacey Doyle 
Qwen Dreyer 
Robert Duffy 
Denise Farren 
Arthur Fryar 

Victor Qanson 
Amy Gibbons 
Andy Gozzo 
Christine Grady 
Daniel Griffin 
Pamela Griffin 
John Guerini 
Jennifer Harrington 
Timothy Harrington 
Susan Hart 
Mark Haverty 
Thomas Hennigan 
Shawna Hoban 
Julie Hunter 
David Hurvitz 
Rick Johnston 
Stephanie Jones 
Paul Kavanaugh 



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Design 

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Amherst 

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northeastern University 

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Amherst 

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Amherst 

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Amherst 

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Amherst 

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Boston University 

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University of north Carolina 

University of Massachusetts at 

Amherst 



Margaret Kelley 
nola Kelley 
Shannon Keyes 

Richard Kranz 
Jane Lee 

Christopher Lennon 
Sean Libbey 
Meridith Liddell 
norman Liljestrand 
Julie Lowe 

Tanya Lynch 
nicole Maffeo 
Charles Magri 
Kevin Mahoney 



at Patricia Malloy 

Peter Marchetti 
Steven Mason 
Charles Mattera 



Amy McCoy 
Steven McDonough 
Michael McFarlane 
Lori McKenna 
Bryan Molloy 
Sarah Moody 
Emily Moore 
Diane Murphy 
Mark nalbandian 
Lisa nicholas 
Erin O'Brien 
Alysia Ordway 
Camille Papp 
Himanshu Patel 

Jeffrey Patterson 
Stephen Philbin 

Aaron Piziali 

Peggy Pol la k 
Matthew Prout 
John Queally 
Todd Rhinerson 
Deborah Ringel 
Deirdre Roach 
James Rooney 
Brad Rutan 
Lynn Santropietro 
Kurt Schliemann 
Laurie Schreiber 
Erin Sheehan 
Kristine Sivacek 

John Smith 
Julie Struzziery 
Mark C. Sullivan 
Mark R. Sullivan 
Cristine Swanson 
John Tretter 
Carey Vose 
Brad Weiner 



northeastern University 

northeastern University 

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Amherst 

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Wheaton College 

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Amherst 

St. Michael's College 

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Boston 

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Amherst 

northeastern University 

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Amherst 

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northeastern University 

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Amherst 

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Dartmouth 

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Amherst 

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Dartmouth 

Phillips Exeter Academy 

Merrimack College 

Tulane University 

Westfield State College 

Castleton State College 

Brewster Academy 

College of the Atlantic 

Tufts University 



1992 QRADUATIOM AWARDS 




The Julia Babineau Memorial Award 
The George Bader Memorial Awards 

The Judith A. Bolles Memorial Award 

The Frances M. Burns Awards 

The C. Louis Cedrone Education Awards 



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The Isaiah Chase Award 

The Thomas Darcy Memorial Award 

The Michael J. Devlin Memorial Award 

The William N. Duffey Memorial Scholarship 

The Dr. Alexander N. Fisher Award 

The Christina Grueter Memorial Award 

The Kevin Harnett Memorial Award 

The Edward J. Huber Memorial Award 

The Duane E. Kocina Memorial Awards 



The Lion's Club Achievement Scholarships 

The Jim McCoy Memorial Award 

The Paul Mitchell Memorial Award 

The Mary E. Pender Memorial Scholarship 

The Principal's Awards 



The Robert L. Raymond Memorial Award 

The Christos T. Sarris Award 

The Thomas Michael Smith Memorial Award 

The Superintendent's Award 

The E.W. Thurston Memorial Awards 







Alysia Ordway 
Meridith Liddell 
Kurt Schliemann 
Deborah Ringel 
Julie Hunter 
Jean Corcoran 
E. Andrew Owens 
Kurt Schliemann 
Elizabeth Brady 
A.J. Beaulieu 
Richard Kranz 
Peggy Ann Pollak 
Stacey Doyle 
Mark C. Sullivan 
Lynn Santropietro 
Christopher Burgess 
Emily Moore 
J. Jeffrey Patterson 
Alicia Hamwey 
Kurt Schliemann 
Michael McFarlane 
Christian Blomquist 
Michael Dowd 
Leadership: Aaron Piziali 
Service: Bradford Rutan 
Scholarship: Julie Mao 
Matthew Prout 
Michael Cafarella 
David Baggeroer 
Norman Liljestrand 
Diane Costello 
Laurie Schreiber 
Bradford Weiner 



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The Green Years staff gratefully thanks the following for their 




support: 




THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU 


Congratulations to the class of 


Wishing the Class of 1992 


We love you Class of 1992! 


'92! 


Peace- Health- Happiness 


Best of Luck!!! 


Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Leary 


The Curran Family 

John, Linda, Linda Marie, 

John Thomas, Theresa Ann, 

Mora Elena 


The Imbornone Family 

Congratulations, Kurt- We 
couldn't be more proud! Love, 
Mum 6V Dad 


Congratulations, Carrie and 




Best of luck to a great class- 


Nicole! 


We are very proud of you 


Love, the Schliemanns 


Love from the Family 


Christine. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Brian, 

Michael, Jennifer 


You are the best, Stephen! 
We love you! Good Luck! 

The McDonough Family 


Congratulations and best 


Good Luck- Class of '92 




wishes to our son, Chris, and 


The Resha Family 




all his classmates of '92! 




Congratulations to the class of 


Paul and Anne Marie Lennon 


Todd: Your future is like a 
snow-covered mountain dar- 


1992! 

-Drs. Lee 




ing you to blaze a trail. Accept 


Congratulations to the Class 




the challenge and leave your 


of 1992 


Best wishes to the Class of 


mark! 


-Richard and Ann Guerini 


1992 and special thanks to 


With love and pride in all that 




WHS teachers for all of their 


you do, wherever you go. 




efforts. 


Congratulations! 


Congratulations and Best 


Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. 


Love, 


Wishes to the Class of 1992 


Burgess 


Mom & Dad 


Julie and Douglas Flaherty 


\ The Barucci Family 


The Dobra Family 


Bill and Maryellen Riley 


John and Sheila Griffin 


Richard and Joyce Bradley 


Joan Murphy 


Ray and Josepha Jowdy 


Wendy Daniels 


Victor, Carolyn, V.J. and Qina 


Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mahoney 


Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lewis 


Servello 


Joseph and Ann Neville 


The Hennigans 


The Green Family 


Bart and Sue Molloy 


The Earls Family 


The Ware Family 


The Van Qelder Family 


David Conley 


Dick and Fran May 






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by speaking the truth in a spirit of Love 
we must grow up in every way . . . 

Ephesians 4:15 

Congratulations, Stacey 

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Keep Punchin! 
Mom, Dad, Christy, Kerry, and Jamie 



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A 

Nicole Minnette MafFeo 



The world is 

your oyster. 

Congratulations! 
All our love, 

Mom and Jer- 
ry 



To Jen and all the wonderful kids 
we watched her grow up with, 
We wish you as much happiness 
in life as you provided us. 

Bob and Carolyn Harrington 




MATT- 

May all your 
dreams come 
true. 

Love, 
Mom and 

Dad 



Best Wishes to the Class of 
1992 



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Frank, Mary Lou, Jill, and David 

Santopietro 




Dear Denise, 

Our greatest 
wish for you is a 
lifetime of happi- 
ness and love. 

May you al- 
ways be as hap- 
py as you are to- 
day and may life 
be as good to 
you as you are 
to us. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, 

Kristine, 

Ed, Steve, and Tim 



"TO LAUGH OFTEN AND MUCH; 
TO WIN THE RESPECT OF 
INTELLIGENT PEOPLE .... TO 
EARN THE APPRECIATION OF 
HONEST CRITICS AND ENDURE 
THE BETRAYAL OF FALSE 
FRIENDS .... TO FIND THE 
BEST IN OTHERS; TO LEAVE 
THE WORLD A LITTLE BIT 
BETTER .... THIS IS TO HAVE 
SUCCEEDED.'' 





STEPHANIE AND THE CLASS OF 1992: 

REMEMBER THE PAST WITH UNDERSTANDING. LOOK TO 

THE FUTURE WITH DETERMINATION AND ENTHUSIASM. 

YOU ARE OUR HOPE FOR THE FUTURE. 

WE LOVE YOU, 

MOM, DAD AND SEAN JONES 



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SMILE: A bright, pleasant, gratifying, or encouraging 
appearance. 




Jen Barsamian 



Hope you always have something to smile about. Were 
proud of all of your accomplishments. 



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Love, 
Mum & Dad 




Be joyful always, 

Pray at all times, 

Be truthful in all 

circumstances. 

The Lee Family 





"You might have heard I run with the 
dangerous crowd. We ain't too pretty, we 
ain't too proud. We might be laughin' a bit 
too loud, but that never hurt no one.'' 

Bad Compay till the day I die." 





Charlie Mac, 

We're so proud of you and 
love you very much. May all 

your dreams come true 

today, tomorrow and always. 
Congratulations Son, 
Mom, Dad and Sister Kate 
AND CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1992!! 
The Magri Family 




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Aaron Alexander Piziali 

The best deal the space gypsies 

ever passed up! 

Mom & Dad 




Congratulations 
Diane! 

Best wishes to 
you and your 
classmates. We 
have enjoyed 
watching you 
grow! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Paul, 

& David 



Congratulations 

Rick! 
On a job well done! 
You worked so hard! 
We're as proud as 

can be. 
We wish you 

happiness always. 
All our love, 
Mom and Dad 




CONGRATULATIONS, MARK! 

"A NEW ROAD" AHEAD 

WE ARE PROUD OF YOU FOR 

A JOB WELL-DONE! 

LOVE, 

MOM, DAD, PIPPIN, AND BRANDY 



Congratulations, 

Amy McCoy! 

We are all so very 

proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and the family 




SHAWNA- 

IT'S BEEN A 

PLEASURE! 

WE LOVE 

YOU 

MOM & DAD 




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MATT! 



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Remember your roots, 
Use your wings. 



Love, 
Dad 



BEST OF LUCK! 



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Anthony's Convenient Deli- 

We make our own meatballs 
Skinless and boneless chicken cutlets 

Best in Town 



Intersection of Pond 
and Clapboardtree Sts. 



(617) 769-0773 




ORTIN'S 

SPORTING GOODS 

16 Central Street 

Norwood, MA 02062 

617-762-2121 

Harry Mclntyre 



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Open 6 Days Moo. thru Sat 



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Colonial Jiailj£.\ c^alon 



5 BARBER STYLISTS 
FULL STYLING SERVICES 



LINDA CONNORS 
769-4955 



Walk-In Service 



921 High St., Westwood 



WESTWOOD. MA 02090 

QUALITY SERVICES • ECONOMICAL • RESPONSIVE 



Good Luck 

To a Special Senior 

Class 




210 k^B 



Traylor Real Estate 
(617) 329-7500 

Congratulations! 
Class of 1992 




We have enjoyed watching every game-you 

have made us proud! 

We wish the Class of 1992 love, health, 

and happiness. 

Thanks for all the memories! 

Love and continued success, 



Mom, Dad, Laura, Rich, and Mike 




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SPECIALIZING IN CARPENTRY & CABINETRY 
(617) 821-4868 



ALEX DIGIANTOMMASO 
M.C.S. License 



20 PONDVIEW ROAD 
CANTON, MA 02021 



RICHARD E. SAMSON CARMIN J. SPIRO 

JAMES X. SAUNDERS 

THREE S PHARMACY 



LINCOLN ROAD 

LINCOLN, MA 01773 

259-9484 

735 HIGH STREET- RTE 

109 

WESTWOOD, MA 02090 

326-5120 




Youlden's 

563-569 High St 

Westwood, MA 02090 
Phone: 

(617)326-1305 



*CRAFTS 

*HOBBIES 

^MINIATURES 

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SUPPLIES 




Clothes By 
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WESTWOOD CLOTHIERS & TAILOR SHOP 
TUXEDO RENTAL & SALES 



295 Washington St., Rt. 1A 
Islington Center 
Westwood, MA 02090 



(617) 326-4268 



212 k^ 




Mel Bernstein Advertising Specialties, Inc. 

Design Promotions. Premiums 

1200 East Street 
Dedham, Massachusetts 02026 

(617) 326-6800 FAX (617) 326-4901 



WESTWOOD 

FAMOUS 

PIZZA 

929 High Street, Rte. 109 

Westwood, Massachusetts 

329-3922 329-3923 



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Hours: 

llam-lOpm Mon thru Thurs 
llam-llpm Fri & Sat 
12:00-10pm Sunday 





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WESTWOOD GARDENS 

Specializing in Roses and Fruit Baskets 

Weddings - Funerals - All functions 

Balloons 



934 HIGH ST. 



WESTWOOD, MASS. 02090 
(617)326-2006 




(617)242-0244 
FAX (617) 242-3561 



INLAND UNDERWRITERS 

Insurance Agency 
Limited Partnership 



Robert J. DiSabato 

Vice President 



Charlestown Navy Yard 

110 6th SrREET 

Boston, Mass. 02129 



Full Insurance 
Coverage 



Industrial 
Commercial 






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FOX HILL VILLAGE 

LIFE CARE 

100 HIGH STREET 

WESTWOOD, MA 

02090 
Phone: 329-4433 

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HERB NOLTE (617) 762-9101 



840 Pleasanc Street 
Norwood. MA 02062 



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OSBORNE & VISCONTI 



Counselors At Law 



Divorce 



Commercial 
Collection 



Personal & Business 
Bankruptcy 



Personal Injury 



617-326-9766 

690 Canton Street, Suite 345 Westwood, MA 02090 



To The Class Of 1992 

Wishing all the very best 

from 

The Dean Family Farm 




Serving breakfast, lunch, & dinner 
Shop while dining in relaxed cafe atmosphere 

Specialized catering for every affair 

European fortes & pastries, gourmet coffees, espresso, 
and cappucino 



Good Luck Class of '92 



570 High Street 
Dedham, MA 



Phone: 329-971 7 



Infants 
Toddlers 

and 
Preschool 



Norine Gormley 

Program Director 

Mary Beth Claus Tobin 

Executive Director 




WESTWOOD 
CHILDREN^ 

CENTER 



808 High Street 
Westwood. MA 02090 

(617) 329-7766 



Tony's Place 

Fine Italian Food 
A Little Bit of the North End . 

Right Here in West Roxbury 



3233550 
3239690 



188 192 Baker Street 
West Roxbury. Mass. 02132 



(617) 326-9686 



(617) 329-6566 



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Pollicelli & Mullen 

INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 



Bill Mullen 



305 Washington St. 



Westwood. MA 02090 



550 Providence Highway 
Dedham, MA 02026 
617 329-2370 



Auto • Life ^BSSs 
Home (piA) 

Business **m5S*£r 



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Congratulations to the Class of 
1992! 

Play It Again Sports 

626 Washington 

Street 

Dedham, MA 

Phone 320-8114 





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Custom Packaging • Shipping • Supplies 



Good Luck Seniors 

From, ARTHUR & JOYCE MARSH 

500 Washington St. 
(617) 762-7895 Norwood, MA 02062 



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911 High St., Rte. 109 

Westwood, MA 02090 

(617)326-1711 



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WESTWOOD FUNERAL HOME INC. 



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55 HIGH ROCK STREET 326-0074 

RES. JOHN F. HOLDEN 326-2618 



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BOSTON, MA 

Good Luck 
Class of 1992 




TEL. 617-361-4240 



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Fax:1-344-7574 



364-4477 



American YYlillmg Go. 



88 Evans Drive 



Stoughton, MA 02072 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 
1992 




fiT VOUR FING€RTIPS 

SALON 



(617)828-9338 




326-1805 



FABRIC CARE SPECIALISTS 



SKY-WAY CLEANERS 

922 HIGH ST. 
WESTWOOD, MASS. 02090 



SAME DAY SERVICE 



TAILORING 






Located in 

DECOR AND MORF 

6vf High Street (Rte. 109) 

West wood, MA 02090 

(617)326-9394 




Gail K. Becker 



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(617) 326-7353 
257 Washington Street • Westwood, MA 02090 



DAVID MURLEY 
(617] 326-9976 



TIMELESS TREASURES 

ONE HOUR PHOTO PROCESSING 
ALBUMS & FRAMES 



729 HIGH STREET 
WESTWOOD, MA 02090 



MON-FRI 8:30-5:30 
SAT 10:00-4:00 



CENTRAL WINE AND 
SPIRITS 

50 Central Street 

Foxboro, MA 02035 

1-508-543-5504 

Robert A. Chipley 



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Tri-County Pediatric Associates, p.c. 



RICHARD H. RINGEL, MD. 

DAVID M. HOWELL, MD. 

PHILIP A. HOURIGAN, JR„ MD, 

"We Care For Your Kids" 



Office Hours by Appointment 
(617) 344-3791 



The Medical Office Building 

907 Sumner St, Suite M-102 

Stoughton, MA 02072 



CANDACE PARR 



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695 HIGH STREET 
WESTWOOD. MA 02090 



(617] 326-9394 





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WESTWOOD GARDENS 



Specializing In Roses And Fruit Baskets 

Weddings - Funerals - All Functions 

Balloons 



934 HIGH ST. WESTWOOD, MASS. 02090 

(617) 326-2006 



OFFICE 769-4562 



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of 1992! 

1-A Super Market 

501 Washington Street 

Norwood, MA 02062 



250 DEAN ST. 
NORWOOD. MASS. 02062 



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